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2M Alliance changes its Asia-North America sailing schedule

2M Alliance has decided to alternate its Transpacific network sailing in order to mitigate the impact of congestion in California and Asia as well as the consequences of the Ever Given blockage of the Suez Canal.

Maersk has announced its Asia-North America network has accumulated significant delays in 2021, primarily due to continued terminal congestion on both coasts, which was aggravated by congestion and adverse weather in Asia and the Suez incident.

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