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November 3, 2016

Photo: CMA CGM

Photo: CMA CGM

 Members of the OCEAN ALLIANCE, COSCO Container Lines, CMA CGM, Evergreen Line and Orient Overseas Container Line,  signed a document entitled the Day One Product, which sets out the proposed OCEAN ALLIANCE’s network, including port rotation for each service loop.

The Day One network intends to deploy around 350 container vessels with an estimated total carrying capacity of 3.5 million TEUs to provide one of the most comprehensive service coverage in the market on the following trade lanes. The vessel deployment details for each service loop, will be released around end of this November.
20 Transpacific services (estimated 160 port pairs, with 13 Asia - West Coast North America services, 7 Asia - East Coast North America and U.S. Gulf services)
6 Asia - Europe services (estimated 110 port pairs)
5 Asia - Mediterranean services (estimated 165 port pairs)
3 Transatlantic services (estimated 70 port pairs)
5 Asia – Middle East services (estimated 70 port pairs)
2 Asia - Red Sea services (estimated 35 port pairs)
At this time, the members of the OCEAN ALLIANCE have filed the Master Agreement (Alliance Agreement) to Ministry of Transport of the People’s Republic of China and that the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) and South Korea’s Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF) have expressed approval of the OCEAN ALLIANCE.
The OCEAN ALLIANCE has also completed its EU self-assessment ompliance review. The OCEAN ALLIANCE said it is satisfied that its agreement and services are compliant with EU regulatory requirements, following satisfactory completion of a self-assessment of its activities under EU competition rules and discussions with the EU Commission.
Moving forward, the OCEAN ALLIANCE will continue to work closely with all the authorities to ensure full compliance with applicable laws and regulations and secure the necessary regulatory approvals for the OCEAN ALLIANCE to commence operations from April 1, 2017.
DAY ONE Product:
20 Transpacific services (with 13 Asia - West Coast North America services):

9 Pacific Southwest services:
PSW1: Fuqing-Nansha-Hong Kong-Yantian-Xiamen-LGB/LAX-Oakland-Fuqing
PSW2: Tianjin-Qingdao-Shanghai-Prince Rupert-LGB/LAX-Oakland-Tianjin
PSW3: (AWE3)-Port Kelang-Singapore-Jakarta-Laem Chabang-CaiMep-LGB/LAX-Oakland -Hong Kong -(AWE3)
PSW4: Lianyungang-Shanghai-Ningbo-LGB/LAX-Seattle- Lianyungang
PSW5: Qingdao-Shanghai-Ningbo-LGB/LAX-Oakland-Tokyo-Nagoya-Qingdao
PSW6: Kaohsiung-Cai Mep-Chiwan-Hong Kong-Yantian-Kaohsiung-LGB/LAX- Kaohsiung
PSW7: Taipei-Xiamen-Shekou-Yantian-LGB/LAX-Oakland-Taipei
PSW8: Yantian-Hong Kong-Kaohsiung-Taipei-LGB/LAX-Oakland-Tacoma- Kaohsiung -Yantian
PSW9: Ningbo-Shanghai-Pusan-LGB/LAX-Pusan-Ningbo
4 Pacific Northwest services:
PNW1: Yantian-Xiamen-Ningbo-Shanghai-Pusan-Seattle-Vancouver-Yokohama-Yantian
PNW2: (AWE1)-Singapore-Cai Mep-Hong Kong –Yantian-Shanghai-Ningbo-Prince Rupert-Vancouver-Qingdao-(AWE1)
PNW3: Hong Kong-Yantian-Kaohsiung-Shanghai-Ningbo-Tacoma-Vancouver-Tokyo-Osaka-Qingdao-Hong Kong
PNW4: Chiwan-Hong Kong –Yantian-Kaohsiung-Vancouver-Seattle-Pusan-Kaohsiung-Chiwan
7 Asia - East Coast North America and U.S. Gulf services:
AWE1: (PNW2)-Qingdao-Ningbo-Shanghai-Pusan-New York-Boston-Norfolk-Singapore-(PNW2)
AWE2: Xiamen-Kaohsiung-Hong Kong-Yantian-Colon-New York-Baltimore-Norfolk-Xiamen
AWE3: (PSW3)-Hong Kong-Cai Mep-Singapore-Port Kelang-Colombo-Halifax-New York-Norfolk-Savannah- Port Kelang -(PSW3)
AWE4: Qingdao-Ningbo-Shanghai-Pusan-Colon-Savannah-Charleston-New York-Colon-Qingdao
AWE5: Hong Kong-Yantian-Ningbo-Shanghai-Colon-Norfolk-Savannah-Charleston-Hong Kong
AWE6: Hong Kong-Chiwan-Ningbo-Shanghai-Pusan-Houston-Mobile-Miami-Jacksonville-Singapore-Hong Kong
AWE7: Shanghai-Ningbo-Xiamen-Yantian-Houston-Mobile-Shanghai

6 Asia - Europe services:
NEU1: Shanghai-Ningbo-Xiamen-Yantian-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Felixstowe-Rotterdam-Baltic Port(s)(To be confirmed )-Felixstowe-SUEZ Canal-SEA HUB-Yantian-Shanghai
NEU2: Tianjin-Dalian-Qingdao-Shanghai-Ningbo-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Rotterdam-Hamburg-Antwerp-SUEZ Canal-Shanghai-Tianjin
NEU3: Ningbo-Shanghai-Hong Kong-Nansha-Shekou-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Piraeus-Antwerp-Felixstowe-Hamburg-Rotterdam-Southampton*-Piraeus-SUEZ Canal-SEA HUB-Hong Kong-Ningbo
NEU4: Tianjin-Pusan-Qingdao-Shanghai-Ningbo-Yantian-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Tangier-Southampton-Dunkirk-Hamburg-Rotterdam-Zeebrugge-Le Havre-SUEZ Canal-Khor Fakkan-SEA HUB-Xiamen-Tianjin
NEU5: Shanghai-Ningbo-Yantian-Cai Mep-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Le Havre-Rotterdam-Hamburg-Antwerp-Le Havre-Malta-SUEZ Canal-Jeddah-Nansha-Shanghai
NEU6: Kaohsiung-Ningbo-Shanghai-Taipei-Yantian-Colombo-SUEZ Canal-Rotterdam-Felixstowe-Hamburg-Rotterdam-SUEZ Canal-Colombo-Kaohsiung
5 Asia - Mediterranean services:
MED1: Qingdao-Shanghai-Ningbo-Kaohsiung-Hong Kong-Yantian-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Piraeus-La Spezia-Genoa-Fos-Valencia-Piraeus -SUEZ Canal-Jeddah-Colombo-SEA HUB-Hong Kong-Qingdao
MED2:Qingdao-Pusan-Shanghai-Ningbo-Xiamen-Nansha-Yantian-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Malta-Valencia-Barcelona-Fos-Genoa-Malta -Beirut-SUEZ Canal-Jebel Ali-SEA HUB-Xiamen-Qingdao
MED3: Pusan-Shanghai-Ningbo-Kaohsiung-Chiwan-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Port Said -Beirut-Iskenderun-Istanbul Evyap (Izmit)-Istanbul Ambarli (Avcilar)-Constanza-Odessa-Istanbul Ambarli (Avcilar) -Piraeus -SUEZ Canal-SEA HUB-Pusan
MED4: Qingdao-Shanghai-Ningbo-Taipei-Yantian-Shekou-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Ashdod-Haifa-Alexandria-Piraeus-SUEZ Canal-Jeddah-SEA HUB-Shekou-Kaohsiung-Qingdao
MED5: Shanghai-Ningbo-Pusan-Chiwan-SEA HUB-SUEZ Canal-Malta-Koper-Trieste-Rijeka-Venice-Koper -Malta -Damietta -SUEZ Canal-Jeddah-SEA HUB-Chiwan-Shanghai

3 Transatlantic services:
TAT1: Malta-Livorno-Genoa-Fos-Barcelona-Valencia-Lisbon-New York-Norfolk-Savannah-Miami-Algeciras-Valencia*-Malta
TAT2: Southampton-Antwerp-Rotterdam-Bremerhaven-Le Havre-New York-Norfolk-Savannah-Charleston-Southampton
TAT3: Le Havre-Antwerp-Rotterdam-Bremerhaven-Charleston-Savannah-Miami-Veracruz-Altamira-Houston-New Orleans-Miami-Le Havre
5 Asia – Middle East services:
MEA1: Tianjin-Dalian -Pusan Shanghai -Ningbo-Chiwan-Singapore-Khor Al Fakkan-Jebel Ali-Bandar Abbas-Sohar -Port Kelang -Singapore –Shekou-Tianjin
MEA2: Qingdao-Shanghai-Ningbo-Chiwan-Singapore-Jebel Ali-Dammam-Jubail-Abu Dhabi-Singapore-Qingdao
MEA3: Lianyungang-Qingdao-Ningbo-Hong Kong –Shekou-Singapore-Jebel Ali-Bahrain-Dammam-Jubail-Port Kelang- Lianyungang
MEA4: Shanghai-Ningbo-Taipei-Shekou-Tanjung Pelepas-Colombo-Jebel Ali-Bandar Abbas-Port Kelang -Laem Chabang*-Hong Kong-Shanghai
MEA5: Shanghai-Ningbo-Nansha-Singapore-Jebel Ali-Abu Dhabi-Dammam-Singapore-Nansha-Shanghai

2 Asia - Red Sea services:
RES1: Shanghai-Ningbo-Taipei-Xiamen-Shekou-SEA HUB-Jeddah-Sokhna-Aqaba-Jeddah-SEA HUB-Shanghai
RES2: Shanghai-Ningbo-Chiwan-SEA HUB-Djibouti-Jeddah-Aqaba-Port Sudan-Djibouti-SEA HUB-Shanghai
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