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Hapag-Lloyd updates schedule in two services

Hapag-Lloyd has announced that several AL6 vessels are currently behind their schedules due to operational interruptions such as bad weather and port congestion.

In order to recover schedule integrity, the shipping company has, therefore, decided to let all vessels of the AL6 slide by one week, with following adjusted port call dates.

Vessel Port Date:

  • MV “OOCL Europe” ETS Genoa 15 April 2020 // ETS Savannah 9 May 2020
  • MV “Chicago Express” ETS Genoa 22 April 2020 // ETS Savannah 16 May 2020
  • MV “CMA CGM Tosca” ETS Genoa 29 April 2020 // ETS Savannah 23 May 2020
  • MV “Bremen Express” ETS Genoa 6 May 2020 // ETS Savannah 30 May 2020
  • MV “CMA CGM Nabucco” ETS Genoa 13 May 2020 // ETS Savannah 6 June 2020
  • MV “Vienna Express” ETS Genoa 20 May 2020 // ETS Savannah 13 June 2020

In addition, Hapag-Lloyd will blank the following East Coast Loop 3 (EC3) sailing:

The following service options can be offered as an export alternative out of Asia:

  • Cargo ex Ningbo / Shanghai / Busan to Cartagena / Savannah / Charleston can be covered by EC2 vessel “TBN” (voyage 14), starting her rotation on 4 April in Qingdao.
  • Cargo ex Busan to Norfolk can covered by EC1 vessel “HANOI BRIDGE” (voyage 035E), starting her rotation on 30 March in Kaohsiung.
  • Cargo ex Shanghai / Ningbo to Norfolk need to be rolled to next EC3 vessel “TBN” (voyage 15), starting her rotation on 10 April in Ningbo.
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