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CKYHE Alliance to Reorganize US East Coast Service

April 29, 2016

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Photo: Marinelink

 CKYHE Alliance, COSCON, “K”Line, Yang Ming, Hanjin and Evergreen Line, is reorganizing their service network for Asia-US East Coast trade in 2016.

 
CKYHE Alliance will provide five Asia-US East Coast services (AWE1/AWE3/AWE4/AWE8/NUE) from early June of 2016.
 
The Alliance members have re-designed the services to provide optimum port coverage from Asia to US East Coast with AWE1/AWE3/NUE services upsized & AWE4/AWE8 services re-structured in order to enhance the competitiveness of the Alliance.
 
Meanwhile, CKYHE Alliance members reconfirm current cooperation scheme on the related East and West Trade(Asia-North Europe services/Asia-Mediterranean services/Asia-US East Coast services/  Asia-US West Coast services and Trans-Atlantic service) will remain unchanged and will continuously offer great and stable service quality to customers to meet with customers demand until the end of March in 2017 by enhancing service efficiency, providing fast transit time and offering more flexible port-pair options.
 
Cosco, “K”Line, Yang Ming, Hanjin Shipping and Evergreen Line have announced a reorganization of their U.S. East Coast service network, while reconfirming the current cooperation scheme on the east-west trades will remain unchanged.
 
The redesigned loops in the Asia-US East Coast service are now as follows:
AWE1(9*6500TEU vessels):
Ningbo- Shanghai- Pusan- New York- Wilmington- Savannah- Pusan- Ningbo
AWE3 (10*8500TEU vessels):
Hong Kong- Yantian- Kaohsiung- Shanghai- Pusan- Colon- Savannah- Charleston- Norfolk- Singapore- Hong Kong
AWE4 (10*8500TEU vessels):
Qingdao- Ningbo- Shanghai- New York- Boston- Norfolk- Qingdao
AWE8 (10*8500TEU vessels):
Xiamen- Kaohsiung- Hong Kong- Yantian- Singapore- New York- Norfolk- Savannah- Colon- Xiamen
NUE (10*8500TEU vessels):
Qingdao- Ningbo- Shanghai- Colon- Savannah- Charleston-Baltimore- New York- Colon- Qingdao
 
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