Evergreen Line Restructuring Services

Monday, December 01, 2008

Evergreen Line will restructure its services on the U.S., Asia, Indian Sub continent and Europe routes to stabilize the ship schedules to ensure on-time performance and banker savings to meet the needs of the market and its own operations. The new routing will also extend the U.S. service scope to include Southeast Asia and the ISC.

The AUS (Asia-United States) and service of CES (China-Europe Shuttle) will become the new pendulum service UAE (U.S. West Coast - Asia - Europe) and the existing CPS (China - South U.S. West Coast).

The effective termination voyage for the existing services, new schedules and routing guide are as follows:
effective vessel/ voyage of UAE
UAE/SINE/0001-026, ETA Los Angeles: 12/15, 2008

effective vessel/ voyage of CPS
CPS/UNIS/0315-093, ETA Pusan: 12/26, 2008

The UAE service will employ 10 S-series and 3 E-series ships. The new CPS service will utilize two E-series and three UX-series vessels. Rotation will be as follows:
Westbound
Los Angeles - Oakland - Taipei - Kaohsiung - Hong Kong - Yantian - Tanjung Pelepas - Colombo - Suez Canal - Rotterdam - Hamburg - Thamesport - Zeebrugge

Eastbound
Rotterdam - Hamburg - Thamesport -Zeebrugge - Taranto - Port Said – Colombo - Tanjung Pelepas - Yantian - Hong Kong - Kaohsiung - Los Angeles – Oakland

(www.evergreen-line.com)

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