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ONE announces updated Transpacific network for 2025

Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced its upgraded Transpacific service network, which will commence in February 2025.

The carrier's Transpacific product comprises 16 primary services, each tailored to deliver efficient and reliable shipping solutions.

ONE's Transpacific service network for 2025:

Asia - US West Coast South

FP1 (Far East – Pacific 1):

From Europe, Singapore (Singapore), Kobe (Japan), Nagoya (Japan), Tokyo (Japan), Los Angeles/Long Beach (United States), Oakland (United States), Tokyo (Japan), Shimizu (Japan), Kobe (Japan), Nagoya (Japan), Tokyo (Japan), Singapore (Singapore), to Europe

PS3 (Pacific South 3):

Nhava Sheva (India), Pipavav (India), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Port Kelang (Malaysia), Singapore (Singapore), Cai Mep (Vietnam), Haiphong (Vietnam), Yantian (China), Los Angeles/Long Beach (United States), Oakland (United States), Tokyo (Japan), Pusan (South Korea), Shanghai (China), Ningbo (China), Shekou (China), Singapore (Singapore), Port Kelang (Malaysia), Nhava Sheva (India)

PS4 (Pacific South 4):

Xiamen (China), Yantian (China), Kaohsiung (Taiwan), Keelung (Taiwan), Los Angeles/Long Beach (United States), Oakland (United States), Keelung (Taiwan), Kaohsiung (Taiwan), Xiamen (China)

PS6 (Pacific South 6):

Qingdao (China), Ningbo (China), Los Angeles/Long Beach (United States), Oakland (United States), Kobe (Japan), Qingdao (China)

PS7 (Pacific South 7):

Singapore (Singapore), Laem Chabang (Thailand), Cai Mep (Vietnam), Shanghai (China), Los Angeles/Long Beach (United States), Oakland (United States), Shanghai (China), Singapore (Singapore)

PS8 (Pacific South 8):

Shanghai (China), Ningbo (China), Kwangyang (South Korea), Pusan (South Korea), Los Angeles/Long Beach (United States), Oakland (United States), Pusan (South Korea), Kwangyang (South Korea), Incheon (South Korea), Shanghai (China)

AP1 (Asia Pacific 1):

Haiphong (Vietnam), Cai Mep (Vietnam), Shekou (China), Xiamen (China), Taipei (Taiwan), Ningbo (China), Shanghai (China) (Yangshan), Los Angeles/Long Beach (United States), Oakland (United States), Shekou (China), Haiphong (Vietnam)

AHX (Asia Hawaii Express):

Pusan (South Korea), Yokohama (Japan), Honolulu (United States), Pusan (South Korea)

Asia - US West Coast North

PN1 (Pacific North 1):

Xiamen (China), Kaohsiung (Taiwan), Ningbo (China), Nagoya (Japan), Tokyo (Japan), Tacoma (United States), Vancouver (Canada), Tokyo (Japan), Kobe (Japan), Nagoya (Japan), Xiamen (China)

PN2 (Pacific North 2):

Singapore (Singapore), Laem Chabang (Thailand), Cai Mep (Vietnam), Haiphong (Vietnam), Yantian (China), Vancouver (Canada), Tacoma (United States), Tokyo (Japan), Kobe (Japan), Shanghai (China), Singapore (Singapore)

PN3 (Pacific North 3):

Qingdao (China), Ningbo (China), Shanghai (China), Pusan (South Korea), Vancouver (Canada), Tacoma (United States), Pusan (South Korea), Qingdao (China)

Asia - US East Coast

EC1 (US East Coast 1):

Kaohsiung (Taiwan), Yantian (China), Shanghai (China), Ningbo (China), Pusan (South Korea), Panama, New York (United States), Norfolk (United States), Savannah (United States), Panama, Balboa (Panama), Kaohsiung (Taiwan)

EC2 (US East Coast 2):

Xiamen (China), Yantian (China), Ningbo (China), Shanghai (China), Pusan (South Korea), Panama, Manzanillo-PA (Panama), Savannah (United States), Charleston (United States), Wilmington (United States), Norfolk (United States), Manzanillo-PA (Panama), Panama, Pusan (South Korea), Xiamen (China)

EC5 (US East Coast 5):

Laem Chabang (Thailand), Cai Mep (Vietnam), Singapore (Singapore), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Suez, Halifax (Canada), New York (United States), Savannah (United States, Jacksonville (United States), Charleston (United States), Norfolk (United States), New York (United States), Halifax (Canada), Suez, Singapore (Singapore), Laem Chabang (Thailand)

EC6 (US East Coast 6):

Kaohsiung (Taiwan), Hong Kong (China), Yantian (China), Ningbo (China), Shanghai (China), Pusan (South Korea), Panama, Houston (United States), Mobile (United States), Panama, Rodman (Panama), Kaohsiung (Taiwan)

WIN (West India North America):

Bin Qasim (Pakistan), Hazira (India), Nhava Sheva (India), Mundra (India), Damietta (Egypt), Algeciras (Spain), New York (United States), Savannah (United States), Jacksonville (United States), Charleston (United States), Norfolk (United States), Damietta (Egypt), Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), Bin Qasim (Pakistan)

Yang Ming unveils enhanced 2025 Transpacific network

"Following the long-term partnership with HMM and Yang Ming within THE Alliance scope on the Pacific, and the addition of the already announced ONE independent WIN and AP1 services from April 2024, ONE will deploy 16 core weekly services on the Trans-Pacific trade from February 2025," said Jeremy Nixon, CEO of ONE.

He went on to add, "The emphasis will be on quality end-to-end direct services with high schedule reliability. The core products will include sufficient sea speed buffers and are designed so that the impact of Hapag's departure in 2025 will have a minimal impact on ONE's network and customers over the post-CNY disengagement period."





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