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CMA CGM strengthens INDAMEX service

CMA CGM announced its renewed INDAMEX service, designed to meet the high demand between the Indian Subcontinent and the main U.S. East Coast ports.

Starting 15 August, weekly fixed-day sailings with 8,500 TEU vessels will depart from the Indian Subcontinent to the U.S. East Coast. Utilizing CMA Terminals' dedicated assets in both India (Nhava Sheva) and the United States (New York), the service will feature dedicated windows, ensuring berth on arrival with full priority 52 weeks a year.

Furthermore, the INDAMEX service will offer a 77-day roundtrip rotation via the Cape of Good Hope, covering the following ports: Port Qasim, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, New York, Norfolk, Savannah, and Charleston, before returning to the Indian Subcontinent.

The first departure of this service will be on 15 August 2024, from Port Qasim with the vessel m/v APL Southampton.





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