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Maersk adds void sailings in China

Maersk Line has seen a further reduction in demand due to the extended holiday period announced in China. The Danish company says it endeavours to balance its network to match reduced demand and aims to minimize the impact to its customers by securing reliable alternative routings.

Far East Asia to North America West Coast

WeekTradeServiceVessel / VoyageFirst Load Port / ETDLast Load Port / ETD
10
FEA – USWC
TP6
GUNVOR MAERSK / 009N
Nansha / 28-Feb
Xiamen / 04-Mar

Contingency Plan: Gunvor Maersk will be extended to Busan and will be connected to MSC Katrina – TP2 vessel which will be inducing Busan for that specific week.

North America West Coast to Far East Asia

WeekTradeServiceVessel / VoyageFirst Load Port / ETDLast Load Port / ETD
13
USWC-FEA
TP6
GUNVOR MAERSK / 012S
Los Angeles / 21-Mar
Los Angeles / 21-Mar

 

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