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Maersk cancels YoYo service’s sailings

In light of the seasonal slowdown due to the Lunar New Year period, Maersk will be making further adjustments to its YoYo service, which connects China with Australia.

The following scheduled YoYo sailings will be cancelled:

Imports to Australia: Cape Marin 006A, ETD Xiamen 5th February 2020

Exports from Australia: Cape Marin 009R, ETD Melbourne 24th February 2020

Imports to Australia: Navios Verano 007S, ETD Xiamen 13th February 2020

Exports from Australia: Navios Verano 010N, ETD Melbourne 2nd March 2020


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