CMA CGM Reshuffles Asia–USEC Services

press release
Monday, February 27, 2012

CMA CGM announces the reshuffling of its services on the Asia – US East Coast trade.

 

As from the 28th March 2012, the new CMA CGM Asia – US East Coast network will be covered by the following loops:

 

  • PEX 3: Asia – US Gulf Coast
     

A service operated by CMA CGM with 11 vessels of 5 500 teus.
Rotation: Xiamen > Hong Kong> Chiwan > Shanghai > Busan > Punta Manzanillo > Houston > Mobile > Miami > Jacksonville > Xiamen 
 

  • MANHATTAN BRIDGE: Asia – US East Coast

 

A service operated by China Shipping, Evergreen and UASC with 9 vessels of 4 000 teus.
Rotation: Shanghai > Xiamen > Yantian > Hong Kong > New York > Norfolk > Savannah > Shanghai

 

  • • COLUMBUS SUEZ: Asia – US East and West Coast
     

The Columbus Suez service operated by CMA CGM and Maersk Line with 16 vessels of 8 100 teus remains unchanged.
Rotation: Shanghai > Ningbo > Hong Kong > Yantian > Tanjung Pelapas > Suez Canal > New York > Norfolk > Savannah > Suez Canal > Tanjung Pelapas > Hong Kong > Yantian > Shanghai > Pusan > Seattle > Vancouver > Yokohama > Shanghai


“The strengthening of our Asia / USEC loops means 3 departures a week and a wider geographical coverage. These are 2 major steps to better serve our customers and improve their logistic supply chain,” confirmed Jean Philippe Thenoz
 

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