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Maersk enhances Southern Star service

Maersk is introducing a 7th vessel to the weekly Southern Star service. In the same time the Danish shipping giant will be adding port of Timaru as a permanent port call on the Southern Star service rotation.

The new rotation of the Maersk Southern Star service will be:

Tanjung Pelepas –> Singapore –> Brisbane –> Sydney –> Tauranga –> Napier –> Lyttelton –> Timaru –> Lyttelton –> Port Chalmers –> Tanjung Pelepas.

“The schedule changes will naturally mean some adjustment to the timings of our port calls and transit times, though we have done our utmost to minimize the impact to our customers,” Maersk says in its announcement.

Below you can be advised of the new berthing windows and cut-off details:

PORTProforma ETAProforma ETDLoadlist Info DeadlineCargo & VGM cut-off
Mon 1500
Wed 0100
Fri 1600
Auckland Metroport: Fri 0300
Tauranga: Sun 1500
Thu 0830
Fri 0600
Wed 1300
Wed 1730
Sun 1600
Mon 1600
Fri 1200
Fri 1700
Tue 1500
Wed 0300
Mon 1200
Tue 0630
Port Chalmers
Sun 0700
Mon 0700
Fri 1600
Sat 1200

First effective sailing:

  • Rio Madeira 003S departing Tanjung Pelepas on the 14th of January
  • Rio Maderia 004N departing Tauranga on the 5th of February and Port Chalmers on the 17th of February

Customers should take extra care to note that due to new proforma phasing there will be no Port Chalmers port call in week 6.

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