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OOCL postpones EMA service launch

OOCL has decided to postpone the launch of its new East Mediterranean – America Service (EMA) by three weeks until April 25.

As such, the first commencing voyage from the Mediterranean (westbound) will now be:

WeekSailingPortBerth ETA
17EMA-BOB-200 WHaifa25 April

The first departing voyage from North America (eastbound) will now be:

WeekSailingPortBerth ETD
21EMA-BOB-200 ESavannah20 May

Meanwhile, shipments that are already booked on the affected voyages will be allocated to OOCL’s ATM1 or ATE1 Trans-Atlantic services upon arrival at the transhipment ports for westbound shipments, and to the ATM1 or IEX1 services for eastbound shipments.

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