CMA CGM Takes Two New Vessels

Friday, July 02, 2010

The CMA CGM Group announced the delivery of the CMA CGM LAMARTINE (6,500 TEU) and CMA CGM CALLISTO (11,400 TEU) in . Built by Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Co shipyards, the CMA CGM LAMARTINE (6 500 TEU) is deployed on the Asia-Mediterranean market on the MEX (Mediterranean Express) service. The vessel started its rotation today in YokohamaItsrotation will be as follows: , , , Kwanyang, , , , Chiwan, Hong Kong, Port Kelang, , , , , Fos, , , , , Khorfakkan, Port Kelang, Chiwan, .

The CMA CGM Group also took delivery today in of CMA CGM CALLISTO (11,400 TEU). Built by Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyards, the vessel is the third of a series of 12 vessels of 11,400 TEU ordered by the CMA CGM Group. They will be delivered between 2010 and 2011. The vessel has impressive dimensions ( long, large, draught) and is equipped with innovative environmental-friendly features. This new ship will be deployed on the FAL 5 (French Asia Line) service operated between Asia and . CMA CGM CALLISTO will start its rotation on July 3rd in before calling , Yantian, Tanjung Pelepas, Port Kelang, , , , Zeebrugge, Port Kelang and .

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