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CMA CGM enhances FAL 1 service

French ocean carrier CMA CGM has announced the extension of its FAL 1 service into Poland.

The Marseille-based company said the first sailing Westbound from Asia will be on 10 August ex Pusan with CMA CGM Jacques Saade with an estimated time of arrival (ETA) at Gdansk on 5 October.

The updated FAL 1 service rotation will be Pusan (South Korea) - Ningbo (China) - Shanghai (China) - Yantian (China) - Singapore (Asia) - Algeciras (1/2) - Tanger Med (1/2) - Dunkirk (France) - Le havre (France) - Hamburg (Germany) - Gdansk (Poland) - Rotterdam (Netherlands) - Algeciras (Spain) - Port Klang (Malaysia) - Pusan


CMA CGM will now offer two complementary direct services FAL 1 and FAL 5 from Asia to Gdansk. FAL 1 will offer a direct service ex South Korea to Poland, enabling to offer more space for project cargo and also connection into the Baltic via Gdansk. Additionally, LNG vessels will be deployed on FAL 1 service.

"This CMA CGM product is an additional opportunity for our customers to support our Polish local market development but also inland opportunities to Ukraine - Czech Republic - Slovakia - Hungary," noted the company in a statement.

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