MOL Implement USA/Far East Service Changes

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Tuesday, October 08, 2013
PNW map: Image courtesy MOL

MOL will implement the following service changes for its PCX service and will merge the PNW/PS1 services into a single loop with the service name PNW.

PCX
The port rotation will not change but calling days (ETA/ETD) will change.

Some transit times have also changed. The new service profile can be found at http://www.molpower.com//VLCWeb/UIStatic/Service/Service.aspx?svc=PCX. In addition, the nominal capacity of the ships will be changed from 8000 TEU to 6000 TEU.

The changes will become effective from:
Hyundai Tokyo V. 067E         
ETA Ningbo October 7 and ETA Los Angeles October 24

PNW/PS1

The PNW and PS1 services will be merged into a single loop with the service name PNW. While the port rotation will not change, an additional call is added to the Kaohsiung APL terminal and the calling days (ETA/ETD) will change

Some transit times have also changed. The new service profile can be found at http://www.molpower.com//VLCWeb/UIStatic/Service/Service.aspx?svc=PNW

In addition, the nominal capacity of the ships will change from a total of 12,000 TEU [6000 TEU (PS1) and 6000 TEU (PNW)] to 8000 TEU (New PNW).

The changes will become effective from:
Hyundai Courage V.031E      
ETA Kaohsiung October 11 and ETA Tacoma October 29

The last vessel on the PS1 service will be the Hyundai Long Beach V. 044E/W with ETA Chiwan October 10 and ETA Seattle October 27.
 

 

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