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2M Alliance updates its schedule from Asia to North America

The largest container alliance in the world, 2M Alliance of Maersk and MSC has decided to adjust the sailing programme on its Asia to US and Canada network.

This action is a result of the "current challenging market situation impacting port activities, generating congestion and schedule delays across the supply chain", according to an MSC announcement.

The two companies, aiming to match the actual departure dates from Asia, will revise the voyage numbers on the below services to provide better schedule reliability.

ASIA TO US AND CANADA WEST COAST 

SERVICE

VESSEL NAME

CURRENT VOYAGE NUMBER

NEW VOYAGE NUMBER

POL

NEW ETA

Eagle/TP1

Anna Maersk

135N

137N

Kaohsiung

18 September

Maple/TP9

Northern Julie

133N

134N

Nansha

27 August

ASIA TO US EAST COAST

SERVICE

VESSEL NAME

CURRENT VOYAGE NUMBER

NEW VOYAGE NUMBER

POL

NEW ETA

Liberty/TP23

Paxi

132E

134E

Vung Tau

27 August

Emerald/TP16

Seamax Fairfield

132E

133E

Xiamen

17 August

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