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OOCL replaces Savannah with Charleston in its ATM1 service

Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) has announced a temporary replacement of the Port of Savannah with the Port of Charleston in the ​Atlantic Mediterranean Express (ATM1).

"Our Atlantic Mediterranean Express (ATM1) service will begin calling Charleston, Wando Welch Terminal instead of Savannah, for a period of six weeks," said the COSCO-owned box line.

The updated port rotation will commence with the 8,488TEU CMA CGM Traviata, which is estimated to call Charleston on 27 November.

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