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CMA CGM upgrades Europe-Africa service network

Marseille-based container line CMA CGM announced enhancements to its EURAF services.

Commencing in May, Sierra Leone and Gabon will be integrated into CMA CGM's EURAF 4 rotation, while the EURAF 5 service will extend its coverage to encompass the Central and Southern regions of West African ports.

In particular, EURAF 4 service will operate on a 42-day cycle with the following port rotation:

Valencia (Spain) / Algeciras (Spain) / Tanger Med (Morocco) / Freetown (Sierra Leone) / Lome (Togo) / Bata (Equatorial Guinea) / Malabo (Equatorial Guinea) / Kribi (Cameroon) / Libreville (Gabon)

The first voyage of the updated rotation will commence from the port of Valencia on 10 May.

EURAF 5 service will also follow a 42-day rotation pattern. The port rotation of the upgraded EURAF 5 service will be as follows:

Tanger Med (Morocco) / Algeciras (Spain) / Tema (Ghana) / Lekki (Nigeria) / Cotonou (Benin) / Pointe Noire (Republic of the Congo) / Luanda (Angola)

The first vessel on the new rotation will depart Tanger Med on 2 May.

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