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OOCL to withdraw Asia-Europe sailings

OOCL announces an update to the OOCL December 20 announcement on the withdrawal of the Asia-Europe sailings and the changes are highlighted in RED below. Asia –...

OOCL changes Norfolk terminal on ATE1 service

OOCL announces that the Norfolk port call on its Atlantic East Coast Express 1 (ATE1) service will begin calling Virginia International Gateway instead of...

Ocean Alliance unveils Day 4 Product

CMA CGM, COSCO, Evergreen and OOCL signed today (January 9, 2020) the launch of Ocean Alliance Day 4 Product, which will start in April...

OOCL announces Asia-Europe blank sailings

In response to the expected low demand in the market, OOCL provides an update to the OOCL December 10 announcement on the withdrawal of the...

OOCL to withdraw several Trans-Pacific sailings

In response to the expected market downturn in the Lunar New Year period, OOCL announces the withdrawal of the following Trans-Pacific sailings: Pacific China Central...

OOCL to withdraw several Europa-Asia sailings

In response to the expected low demand in the market, OOCL announces the withdrawal of the following Asia-Europe sailings: Asia – North Europe Service - Loop...

OOCL wins HKMA Hong Kong Sustainability Award trophies

OOCL proudly received the “Hong Kong Sustainability Award” and “Special Recognition for Outstanding Sustainability Initiative: Environmental Dimension” at the Hong Kong Sustainability Award 2018/19...

OOCL announces new service

OOCL will be extending its East Mediterranean service network to the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent by introducing the new Middle East / Indian Subcontinent...

OOCL announces service enhancements

OOCL announces service enhancements to both the Middle East Service 1 (ME1) and Middle East Service 3 (ME3) to improve its service quality and...

OOCL launches the West Africa Service 2

In the continual expansion of OOCL's business network in the South & West African market and to meet the growing demand for quality services...
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