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Hapag-Lloyd changes rotation of India Gulf Service 1

Hapag-Lloyd has announced an update on the India Gulf 1 (IG1) service port rotation replacing the call at Bahrain with a call at the port of Jubail in Saudi Arabia.

The new rotation of the weekly service will be Jebel Ali (UAE) - Karachi (Pakistan) - Mundra (India) - Sohar (Oman) – Jebel Ali - Shuaiba (Kuwait) – Umm Qasar (Iraq) - Jubail (Saudi Arabia) – Jebel Ali

Three container ships with an average carrying capacity of 2,400 TEUs will be deployed on the service with the first vessel sailing under the updated rotation being the 3,534 TEU Northern Dexterity with an estimated time of arrival (ETA) on 12 February.

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