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Hapag-Lloyd introduces India network changes

Hapag-Lloyd has announced void sailing positions of Indian Ocean Services (IOS, IO2) due to Covid-19 related measures in several countries are resulting in operational challenges and unusually decreasing demand.

The planned void sailing listed below are subject to change according to demand:

The German carrier says it intends to minimise the effect to their customers supply chain and provide consistency by providing alternative routings.

In the void sailing weeks Hapag-Lloyd offers the following alternative routings:

In addition, the shipping company will temporarily suspend the Indian Ocean Service 2 until the end of May 2020.

Last sailing on Indian Ocean Service 2 will be:

Vessel APL NEW YORK, voyage OEG62E, ETA Southampton 4 May 2020.

The planned void sailing listed below are subject to change according to demand:

Hapag-Lloyd offers the following alternative routings:

Hapag-Lloyd has also announced additional void sailing positions in its South East India – Europe Express (IEX) Service due to the pandemic crisis.

Following IEX sailings will slide with fortnightly void positions:

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Moreover, Hapag-Lloyd will implement additional void sailing positions of South East India - Europe Express Service (IEX) due to the ongoing coronavirus situation.

The following service options can be offered as an alternative:

  • For cargo destined to or via Jeddah (SAJED):
    -North European mainports: covered by IOS and FE5 services
    -West Mediterranean ports & Egypt ( to & via): covered by IMX and MD1 services
    -Turkey ports: covered by MD3 service
  • For cargo destined to India East Coast, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh the company recommends subsequent IEX sailings

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