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Zim adds 3rd ship on Trans-Tasmanian Service

Zim has added a third ship on the trans-Tasmanian service that will provide relay connections between Melbourne and Sydney to various ports in New Zealand. The new service is named as Third Loop New Zealand to Australia (N3A) and calls at Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Lyttelton, Napier, Melbourne. It will deploy the 1,118 teu CONTSHIP ONO with the first sailing from Melbourne on 26 January 2022 with one sailing every 3 weeks. The service will complement the 2 ships on its New Zealand to Australi

Services

Zim/GSL to launch a 3rd China-Australia service (C3A)

Zim/Gold Star Line will launch a 3rd service connecting China and Australia in March 2022, dubbed North China Australia Express (C3A). It follows the China Australia Express (CAX) launched in October 2020 and the China-Australia 2nd Express (C2A) in December 2020. The CAX serves Haiphong, Xiamen, Ningbo and Shanghai while the C2A is serves Port Klang, Laem Chabang, Ho Chi Minh City, Nansha and Yantian. Both of these services connect to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane The C3A will add direct con

Companies

ZIM launch new Med-ISC (ZMI) service

ZIM has launched a new ZIM Med-ISC (ZMI) service connecting Israel and Turkey to the Indian subcontinent. 4 panamax ships of 4,250-4,310 teu will be deployed on the new service that calls at Mundra, Nhava Sheva, Colombo, Haifa, Mersin, Ambarli, Mundra. The first sailing is scheduled on 17 December 2021 with the 4,250 teu SEASPAN FELIXSTOWE, to be followed by SEASPAN DALIAN, TONGALA and KOTA LAGU. ZIM Med-ISC (ZMI) service route

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ZIM returns to Samsung for its largest new ship order

Seaspan has ordered ten 15,000 teu containerships that will run on LNG fuel, with a 12 year charter arrangement to ZIM

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ZIM returns to Australia after 6 year absence

ZIM returns to the Australia market with the launch of the CAX in mid-October.

Markets

ZIM makes 4th attempt for IPO

ZIM will make a bid for its long-delayed initial public offering (IPO) after 3 previous unsuccessful attempts in 2008, 2011 and 2015.

Transpacific

ZIM returns to Pacific Southwest with ZEX launch

Zim to launch new standalone transpacific express service

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