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OOCL, service update

In response to the expected low demand after the National Day holiday in China, OOCL informs of the withdrawal of the following Asia-Europe sailings:

Asia – North Europe Service

-    Loop 3,

o   Westbound: ETA Ningbo on October 6 in Week 40

o   Eastbound: ETA Antwerp on November 9 in Week 45

-    Loop 4, CMA CGM ZHENG HE (GCZ) 345W/346E

o   Westbound: ETA Xingang on October 4 in Week 40

o   Eastbound: ETA Southampton on November 11 in Week 45

Asia – West Mediterranean Service

-    WM1, COSCO NETHERLANDS (SOE) 025W/025E

o   Westbound: ETA Qingdao on October 1 in Week 40

o   Eastbound: ETA La Spezia on November 2 in Week 44

-    WM2, CMA CGM TITAN (GTI) 345W/346E 

o   Westbound: ETA Qingdao on October 2 in Week 40

o   Eastbound: ETA Valencia on November 6 in Week 45

Asia – East Mediterranean and Black Sea Service

-    EM1, CMA CGM URUGUAY (GUR) 363W/364E

o   Westbound: ETA Pusan on October 7 in Week 40

o   Eastbound: ETA Istanbul on November 9 in Week 45

-    EM2, COSCO THAILAND (CTH) 058W/058E

o   Westbound: ETA Qingdao on October 11 in Week 41

o   Eastbound: ETA Ashdod on November 6 in Week 45

For further information, please kindly contact your local representatives.





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