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Hapag-Lloyd changes rotation in New Zealand Service

Hapag-Lloyd has announced that effective with the following sailing, there will be a rotation change in its New Zealand Service (NZX):

MV “APL Denver” Voyage 349S/350N

– ETA Shanghai, China on 14 May 2020
– ETA Auckland, New Zealand on 5 June 2020

Port Chalmers will be removed and Wellington will be inserted after Lyttelton.
The new rotation will be:

Hong Kong – Kellung – Shanghai – Ningbo – Shekou – Kaohsiung – Brisbane – Auckland – Lyttelton – Wellington – Napier – Tauranga

With this rotation change, imports and exports from Port Chalmers will be transshipped via Tauranga.

Below are the details of the last sailing before the planned change in service rotation:

MV “Xin Zhang Zhou” Voy.037S/N

– ETA Shanghai, China on 7 May 2020
– ETA Auckland, New Zealand on 29 May 2020

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