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ONE announces three new Southeast Asia – Australia services

Ocean Network Express (ONE) has decided to launch three new Southeast Asia-Australia routes, which will replace existing services.

The Singaporean container line said it will continue to deploy vessels on the services, which are scheduled to begin in early March, subject to regulatory permissions.

The new AU1 service is expected to depart Port Kelang for the first time on 9 March and will have the following port rotation:

Port Kelang (Malaysia) - Tanjung Pelepas (Malaysia) - Singapore - Melbourne (Australia) - Sydney (Australia) - Sydney - Adelaide (Australia) - Fremantle (Australia) - Port Kelang

Two days earlier, the new AU2 service is scheduled to depart Tanjung Pelepas and the ships deployed on the service will sail under the following rotation:

Tanjung Pelepas - Singapore - Brisbane (Australia) - Brisbane - Sydney - Brisbane - Tanjung Pelepas

Additionally, the new WAU service is anticipated to launch on 13 March, when it is expected to begin from the port of Tanjung Pelepas with the following rotation:

Tanjung Pelepas - Singapore - Fremantle - Tanjung Pelepas

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