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Updated: Maersk continues to cancel sailings across the globe

Due to market demand reductions globally caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Maersk is continuing to moderate its schedule. The Danish liner company line will, therefore, extend the seasonal suspension on its TA4 service as of week 23 outbound Europe till week 25 outbound Europe.

The services are expected to resume subject to improved market demand. Maersk says it will continue to review the demand picture and will continuously adjust deployed capacity to match.

TA4 vessel suspension – vessel details

Westbound

WeekServiceVoyageFirst Load Port / DateLast Load Port / Date
23
TA4
023W
Antwerp / 31 May 2020
Liverpool / 7 June 2020
24
TA4
024W
Antwerp / 7 June 2020
Liverpool / 14 June 2020
25
TA4
025W
Antwerp / 14 June 2020
Liverpool / 21 June 2020

Eastbound

WeekServiceVoyageFirst Load Port / DateLast Load Port / Date
25
TA4
025E
Newark / 15 June 2020
Charleston / 24 June 2020
26
TA4
026E
Newark / 22 June 2020
Charleston / 1 July 2020
27
TA4
027E
Newark / 29 June 2020
Charleston / 8 July 2020

In addition, the largest container shipping firm has announced blank sailings in another two services:

Far East Asia to/from Indian Subcontinent and Pakistan

ServiceVesselVoyage (Westbound)First Port / ETDVoyage (Eastbound)First Port / ETD
FI3
MAERSK STOCKHOLM
023W
Dalian / 5 June 2020
027E
Jawaharlal Nehru / 5 July 2020
PKX
CMA CGM IVANHOE
205N
Qingdao / 16 June 2020
205O
Mundra / 7 July 2020
Update:
PKX2
CSCL BOHAI SEA
037W
Shanghai / 11.06.20
038E
Karachi / 4 July 2020
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