MOL Implement USA/Far East Service Changes
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.

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 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


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

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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