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CMA CGM updates BSMAR service

CMA CGM has announced the enhancement of its BSMAR service connecting Black Sea and Turkey with Morocco, as from June 2021.

The French carrier said that the transit and lead times will be improved, shortening the service rotation duration from 35 to 28 days, partly due to terminal berthing windows reconfiguration and single call in Algeciras

The port rotation of the updated BSMAR service will be Odessa - Constanta - Ambarli - Aliaga - Piraeus - Malta - Valencia - Casablanca - Algeciras - Malta - Piraeus - Gebze - Odessa.

BSMAR

The Marseille-based container line will deploy four vessels with a nominal capacity from 3,500 to 4,300TEU on the weekly service.

CMA CGM has published the following ocean transit time references to and from Casablanca:

  • 14 days from Odessa
  • 12 days from Constanta
  • 9 days from Aliaga
  • 4 days from Malta
  • 1.5 day from Valencia
  • 4.5 days to Malta
  • 7 days to Piraeus
  • 9 days to Gebze
  • 11 days to Odessa
  • 13 days to Constanta

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