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Enhanced Asia-Latin America service through VSA

MSC announces that it is optimising its Asia-South America east coast network through a new vessel-sharing agreement (VSA) with Hapag-Lloyd and ONE. The new arrangements will slash transit times on MSC’s Ipanema service by at least a week. The VSA between MSC, Hapag Lloyd and Ocean Network Express (ONE) will …

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Hapag-Lloyd postpones UK port call change

Hapag-Lloyd’s announcement for UK Port call change: “Further our Customer Info dated November 1, 2018 we regret to advise that due to operational reasons the announced shifting of AL5 service from Southampton to London Gateway needs to be postponed until further notice. We regret if the premature announcement might have …

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Riga port welcomed the first container train from Xi’an

On Friday (November 16) night, the first container train from China’s city of Xi’an arrived at the Riga port, Latvijas Dzelzcels railway company reported. At the same time, it is the 1,000th container train shipped from Xi’an International Trade and Logistics Park and the first container train on the Minsk-Riga route. The …

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MSC connects Giengen with Trieste

BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG – TRIESTE MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. launches a new dedicated train set-up between Giengen (a.d. Brenz) and Trieste, starting mid of November 2018. This stand-alone solution finally offers an A-B connection between metropolitan area of Ulm and the Adriatic, as the fastest gateway to/from Asia and the Mediterranean. …

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Vessel replacement on ANP service

Australia New Zealand Service via Panama (ANP) – MV “ALS Jupiter” Replacement M/V “ALS Jupiter” Voy. 845S will be replaced by M/V “Olivia Maersk” 845N on her southbound voyage. Please note that M/V “ALS Jupiter” will complete her discharge only in Sydney (ETA December 11, 2018) and in Melbourne (ETA …

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First sailings of enhanced AL6 & AL7 Services

Hapag-Lloyd announces the first sailings of enhanced services from the Mediterranean to North America Eastcoast. M/V “COSCO Philippines” (001W) will perform the first sailing in the new port rotation of the AL6, sailing from Genoa on December 6, 2018. The AL6 Service will operate with following rotation: Genoa – La Spezia – Fos …

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Afghanistan to launch shipping line in India-Chabahar route

Afghan Ministry of Transportation announced that it will soon launch a commercial shipping line with the assistance of the Islamic Republic of Iran to conduct business activities between Chabahar Free Trade Zone and India. The Afghan Ministry of Transportation said in a statement that the shipping sector would soon be …

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Hapag-Lloyd launches the new Asia – Gulf service

Hapag-Lloyd is about to establish the new Asia – Gulf Service (AGS) as replacement for the current AGX Service. Effective December 2018, eight vessels will be deployed in the newly established service with following ports of call: Busan – Lianyungang – Qingdao – Shanghai – Hong Kong – Shekou – Singapore – Jebel Ali …

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Sealand, New Export and Import Cut Offs

Sealand -A Maersk Company announces that CAP REINGA – 825N, will be calling the new container terminal at Moin (TCM) on Tuesday, November 27th. Due to this change, some of its cutoffs will be adjusted to be aligned with all the documental and operational requirements from the terminal. As follows, the …

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