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ZIM updates Asia – Pacific North West service

ZIM updates its Asia-Pacific North West product to commence April 2020*:

ZP8 (ZIM Pacific Procyon) new rotation:

Nansha – Yantian – Shanghai – Busan – Yokohama – Prince Rupert – Vancouver

ZIM says that its new service, which will include South China ports, offers:

  • Enhanced connection between Pearl River Delta and Pacific North West with the new Nansha Call and a 2nd weekly call at Yantian
  • Improved transit time for US & Canada exports to the Far East
  • Added second call at Vancouver
  • Xingang and Qingdao will continue to have connection to PNW within ZIM’s network

The Israeli international cargo shipping company added that its second Asia – Pacific North West service, ZP9 (ZIM Pacific Pollux), will continue with no change:

Kaohsiung – Xiamen – Yantian – Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – Vancouver – Vancouver – Seattle – Yokohama – Pusan – Kaohsiung

Nissim Yochai, executive vice president Pacific, commented that ZIM’s Asia-PNW service is updated aligning to market demand with improved rotation and transit time.”

Subject to regulatory approval

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