ZIM Introduced Fourth Service

Tuesday, September 12, 2006
With the first call of container vessel Marseille Star at the HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai on August 22 at the Port of in Hamburg, ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. has started its fourth service to the USA. The service is being offered together with Italia Marittima, formerly Lloyd Triestino. The ports of Antwerp, Hamburg, Liverpool, New York and Savannah will be called weekly. For the new service four ships of 1900 to 2000 TEU are being used. They call at Northern European and American ports in a weekly rhythm. In addition to this ZIM provides more USA services: • from Bremerhaven to the US East Coast • from Hamburg to the US East and West Coast • from Hamburg by transhipment via Bremerhaven to the US Gulf Ports by transhipment via Kingston. Thus, at present ZIM offers up to three daily departures from Northern Europe to the USA.
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