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CMA CGM announces new INDAMEX 2 service

CMA CGM has announced the launch of the INDAMEX 2, a complementary service to the current INDAMEX, offering optimised connections in the Indian Subcontinent and the US East Coast.

With this new loop, the French carrier believes it strengthens its service offer on the trade in order to match customers' strong demand.

CMA CGM will deploy three container vessels, out the total of eight that will be used in the service, providing the only nonstop service between ISC and the USEC in both directions.

"Service will start at the end of October to support the traditional extra demand of our customers during the pre-Diwali period," said CMA CGM.

INDAMEX 2 main features:

  • Frequency: Weekly
  • Rotation: Eight vessels (56 days) | Port Qasim - Mundra - Nhava Sheva - Suez - Norfolk - Savannah - New York
  • Transit time WB: Nhava Sheva to Norfolk: 21 days | New York to Port Qasim: 21 days
  • First sailing WB: ETD 25/10 Port Qasim
  • First sailing EB: ETD 21/11 New York


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