CMA CGM Suspends Venice, South Sudan Port Calls

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Monday, December 23, 2013
Courtesy CMA CGM

Venice
CMA CGM decided to suspend Venice call on its Phoenician Express service as part of its winter program. Adverse weather conditions in Venice during winter do not allow maintaining proper schedule integrity. Venice Cargo will be relayed on CMA CGM operated and dedicated Adriatic feeder, maintaining high level of service.

Phoenician Express new schedule will be effective December 24th, 2013, with MV LAMARTINE, voyage BE984E.

South Sudan

CMA CGM also suspended its service to Juba, South Sudan, effective December 20th, 2013 due to social unrest that has further escalated and it is spreading fast with clashes between rival factions in the region.

CMA CGM said it will thus not accept any booking until further notice. CMA CGM will inform its customers when the corridor Mombasa-Juba will be safe again to resume its services.

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