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CMA CGM to reorganise AS1 service

CMA CGM has announced changes in its AS1 service, which now connects North and Central China with the Indian Subcontinent, effective in August 2020.

The new weekly service will link North/Central China to Nhava Sheva, Mundra, QICT and SAPT.

The revised port rotation will be: Qingdao - Shanghai - Ningbo - Singapore - Nhava Sheva - Mundra - Port Qasim - Karachi - Singapore - Qingdao

The French carrier said the updated AS1 service will provide enhanced connections with its extensive network from Southeast Asia via Singapore to India Subcontinent ports.

The first voyage will start on 18 August with the 7,455TEU container vessel Baltic Bridge launching the service from Qingdao.


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