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Ocean Alliance unveils upgraded global service network

The Ocean Alliance, comprising CMA CGM, COSCO, OOCL and Evergreen, has announced its latest global service network, which will launch in April with 42 services, 352 container vessels and an annual capacity of 22.4 million TEU on the world’s major trade routes.

The container shipping alliance has published its new Ocean Alliance Day 6 Product, which includes the following services worldwide:

  • Seven Far East – North Europe services

The OCEAN Alliance has seven service loops, including four upgraded loops, offering a connection between 18 Asian ports and 15 North European ports directly and providing around 100 port-pair coverage with a competitive product on comprehensive coverage and high-frequency service.

AEU1: Shanghai - Ningbo - Xiamen - Yantian - Singapore - SUEZ Canal - Felixstowe - Zeebrugge - Gdansk - Wilhelmshaven - Piraeus - SUEZ Canal - Singapore - Yantian - Shanghai

AEU3: Tianjin - Dalian - Qingdao - Shanghai - Ningbo - Singapore - SUEZ Canal - Piraeus - Rotterdam - Hamburg - Antwerp - Rotterdam - SUEZ Canal - Shanghai - Tianjin

AEU7: Xiamen - Nansha - Hong Kong - Yantian - Cai Mep - Port Kelang - Suez Canal - Piraeus - Hamburg - Rotterdam - Zeebrugge - Felixstowe - Suez Canal - Singapore - Hong Kong - Xiamen

AEU2: Tianjin - Pusan - Ningbo - Shanghai - Yantian - Singapore - Suez Canal - Le Havre - Dunkirk - Hamburg - Rotterdam - Dunkirk - Algeciras - Malta - SUEZ Canal - Port Kelang - Tianjin

AEU6: Qingdao - Ningbo - Shanghai - Yantian - Singapore - SUEZ Canal - Tangier - Southampton - Rotterdam - Antwerp - Le Havre - Tangier - SUEZ Canal - Jeddah - Qingdao

AEU5: Qingdao - Shanghai - Ningbo - Taipei - Yantian - Tanjung Pelepas - SUEZ Canal - Rotterdam - Felixstowe - Hamburg - Rotterdam - SUEZ Canal - Colombo - Tanjung Pelepas – Kaohsiung - Qingdao

AEU9: Tianjin - Ningbo - Shanghai - Yantian - Singapore - Colombo - SUEZ Canal - Antwerp - Hamburg - Rotterdam - Piraeus - SUEZ Canal - Port Kelang - Tianjin

  • Four Far East - Mediterranean services

The Ocean Alliance will provide four dedicated services including one upgraded loop, offering extensive coverage with a connection between 15 Asian ports and 16 Mediterranean ports directly and providing around 120 port pairs coverage.

AEM1: Qingdao - Shanghai - Ningbo - Kaohsiung - Hong Kong - Yantian - Singapore - SUEZ Canal - Piraeus - La Spezia - Genoa - Fos - Valencia - Piraeus - SUEZ Canal - Colombo - Singapore - Hong Kong - Qingdao

AEM2: Qingdao - Pusan - Shanghai - Ningbo - Nansha - Yantian - Singapore - SUEZ Canal - Malta - Valencia - Barcelona - Fos - Genoa - Malta - Beirut - SUEZ Canal - Jeddah - Jebel Ali - Port Kelang - Xiamen - Qingdao

AEM3: Pusan - Shanghai - Ningbo - Xiamen - Shekou - Singapore - SUEZ Canal - Port Said West - Beirut - Istanbul Evyap (Izmit) - Istanbul Ambarli (Avcilar) - Constanza - Odessa - Piraeus - Port Said West - SUEZ Canal - Jeddah - Port Kelang - Pusan

AEM6: Shanghai - Ningbo - Pusan - Shekou - Singapore - SUEZ Canal - Malta - Koper - Trieste - Rijeka - Port Said West - SUEZ Canal - Jeddah - Port Kelang - Shekou - Shanghai

  • 23 Transpacific Services

The alliance will increase deployment continuously by upsizing and launching new services to meet the growing demand with a total of 23 Transpacific services in DAY6 Product, including three upgraded and three new loops (PSW2+USEC1).

  • 11 Pacific Southwest services

The DAY6 product would consist of 11 loops, with two additional loops and two upgraded loops compared to nine loops in DAY5. OCEAN Alliance would provide direct callings from South China, North China, Central China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia.

AAS2: Nansha - Yantian - Xiamen - Los Angeles - Nansha

CEN: Tianjin - Qingdao - Shanghai - Los Angeles - Seattle - Tianjin

SEA2: (AWE5) - Port Kelang - Singapore - Laem Chabang - Cai Mep - Yantian - Los Angeles - Oakland - Yantian - (AWE5)

AAC2: Qingdao - Shanghai - Ningbo - Los Angeles - Oakland - Pusan - Qingdao

SEA: Kaohsiung - Cai Mep - Nansha - Hong Kong - Yantian - Kaohsiung - Long Beach - Kaohsiung

AAS3: Taipei - Xiamen – Hong Kong - Yantian - Los Angeles - Oakland - Taipei

AAS4: (MEX5) – Port Kelang - Cai Mep - Hong Kong - Kaohsiung - Taipei - Los Angeles - Tacoma - Kaohsiung - (MEX5)

AAC4: Ningbo - Shanghai - Pusan - Long Beach - Ningbo

AAC: (AWE) - Singapore - Laem Chabang - Cai Mep - Haiphong - Shanghai - Ningbo - Long Beach - Oakland - Lianyungang - Qingdao - Shanghai - Ningbo - Yantian - Cai Mep - Singapore - (AWE)

SEAX (new): Shanghai – Fuqing - Xiamen-Yantian- Long Beach - Shanghai

CENX (new): Qingdao – Shanghai – Prince Rupert - Qingdao

  • Four Pacific Northwest (PNW) services

Ocean Alliance's PNW network consists of four services, providing the PNW connections between Far East and Northwest North America, by calling four key ports in the Northwest North America in four loops respectively, Prince Rupert, Vancouver, Tacoma and Seattle.

MPNW: Xiamen - Ningbo - Shanghai - Pusan - Seattle - Vancouver - Xiamen

CPNW: Hong Kong - Yantian - Ningbo - Shanghai - Prince Rupert - Vancouver - Shanghai - Hong Kong

EPNW: Shanghai - Ningbo - Kaohsiung - Yantian - Tacoma - Vancouver - Tokyo - Osaka - Qingdao - Shanghai

OPNW: Shekou - Hong Kong - Yantian - Kaohsiung - Vancouver - Seattle - Pusan - Kaohsiung - Shekou

  • Eight Far East - East Coast North America and US Gulf services

The DAY6 USEC product would consist of eight loops, with one additional loop and one upgraded loop compared to DAY5.

The newly added AWE7 would offer direct calls from Southern China, Central China and South Korea to the key ports in South Atlantic region including Savannah, Norfolk and Miami, which would provide broad market coverage and tailor-made calls to our clients.

AWE1: Qingdao - Ningbo - Shanghai - Pusan - Colon - Savannah - Charleston - Boston - New York - Colon - Qingdao

AWE2: Qingdao - Ningbo - Shanghai - Pusan - New York - Norfolk - Savannah - Qingdao

AWE3: Xiamen - Kaohsiung - Hong Kong - Yantian - Colon - Savannah - New York - Norfolk - Baltimore - Xiamen

AWE4: Cai Mep - Hong Kong - Yantian - Xiamen - Shanghai - Colon - New York - Savannah - Charleston - Hong Kong – Cai Mep

AWE5: (SEA2) - Yantian - Cai Mep - Singapore - Port Kelang - Colombo - Halifax - New York - Norfolk - Savannah - Charleston - Port Kelang - (SEA2)

AWE7 (new): Yantian - Ningbo - Shanghai - Pusan - Norfolk - Savannah - Charleston - Miami - Yantian

GME: Shanghai - Ningbo - Xiamen - Yantian - Houston - Mobile - Tampa - Shanghai

GME2: Cai Mep - Singapore - Hong Kong - Shekou - Ningbo - Shanghai - Pusan - Houston - Mobile - New Orleans - Cai Mep

  • Three Transatlantic services:

The transatlantic services of Ocean Alliance provide direct connection between major ports in Europe and US, including New York, Savannah, Charleston, Houston and Miami.

TAE: Southampton - Antwerp - Rotterdam - Bremerhaven - Le Havre - New York - Norfolk - Savannah - Charleston - Southampton

EAG: Le Havre - Antwerp - Rotterdam - Bremerhaven - Charleston - Miami - Veracruz - Altamira - Houston - New Orleans - Le Havre

MENA(Non-OA loop): Algeciras - Livorno - Genoa - Fos - Barcelona - Valencia - New York - Norfolk - Savannah - Miami - Algeciras

  • Four Middle East services:

The OCEAN Alliance will deploy one of the largest vessels, offering comprehensive direct connection and transit time in the Middle East region. In 2022, COSCO and OOCL will provide stable service on MEX service by deploying 20,000 TEU container ships.

MEX: Qingdao - Shanghai - Ningbo - Nansha - Singapore - Jebel Ali - Abu Dhabi - Dammam - Abu Dhabi - Port Kelang - Qingdao

MEX2: Lianyungang - Qingdao - Shanghai - Hong Kong – Shekou - Singapore - Jebel Ali - Hamad - Dammam - Jubail - Abu Dhabi - Singapore - Nansha - Lianyungang

MEX4: Qingdao - Ningbo - Shekou - Singapore - Jebel Ali - Bahrain - Dammam - Sohar - Singapore - Qingdao

MEX5: (PSW8) - Kaoshsiung - Ningbo - Shanghai - Shekou - Port Kelang - Jebel Ali - Umm Qasr - Jebel Ali - Port Kelang - Hong Kong - Kaoshsiung - (PSW8)

  • Two Red Sea services:

The OCEAN Alliance offers comprehensive coverage by offering two loops. The Red Sea services connect major ports in China and Southeast Asia to broad coverage of Red Sea ports including Jeddah, Sokhna, Aqaba, Djibouti express.

RES1: Tianjin - Qingdao - Ningbo - Nansha - Shekou - Singapore - Jeddah - Sokhna - Aqaba - Jeddah - Port Kelang - Ningbo - Tianjin

RES2: Shanghai - Ningbo - Taipei - Xiamen - Shekou - Singapore - Djibouti - Jeddah - Sokhna - Aqaba - Djibouti - Singapore - Shanghai

Ocean Alliance Day 6 signing ceremony by COSCO, CMA CGM, Evergreen and OOCL officials.

"The OCEAN Alliance will continue to work with regulators and industry stakeholders to find workable solutions to these challenges, while continuing to offer reliable and efficient services and ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements," said COSCO in a statement.

Launched in spring 2017, Ocean Alliance is the world’s largest operational alliance between shipping companies on the world’s major trade routes, according to CMA CGM, which already operates 15 dual-fuel, liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered ships under the aegis of Ocean Alliance, stating that it will add 11 more by year-end 2022.

The CMA CGM Group’s entire e-methane ready fleet will expand to 44 ships by the end of 2024.

Antonis Karamalegkos
Managing Editor

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