In 2022, we will review the new routes opened by such shipping companies as Star, Maersk, ONE and HMM

2022-08-08 0 By

Maersk, ONE, HMM, Star and other shipping companies are launching new shipping services this year. Let’s take a look: ONEONE will launch a new service connecting North China and the Malacca Strait.The new weekly North China Strait (NCS) service will set sail from Xingang, China, on 24 February.NCS service rotation route is: Dalian – Xingang – Qingdao – Ningbo – Singapore – Port Klang (west/north)- Shekou – Incheon – Dalian.The first vessel for this service, the 2700 TEU SITC Surabaya container ship, is scheduled to arrive at The new port on February 24, skipping the port of Dalian’s recovery schedule.To continue to support customers’ growing freight demand and improve service reliability, Maersk will launch a new weekly service, TP28, maersk said February 9.The new Trans-Pacific East Coast service will primarily deploy 4,500 EU ships to call at The ports of Houton, Yantian, Ningbo and Shanghai, and link directly to the ports of Houston and Norfolk via the Panama Canal.Maersk aims for the new service to set sail from Dundon on March 23 on the container ship Maersk Wallis.Meanwhile, the launch of the new service TP28 coincides with the change of TP20 service rotation route.For the first time on the Maersk Pacific route, the TP20 will call directly in Jakarta (instead of Tuton) and transfer to Charleston (north) and Newark in Panama.Maersk said it wanted to gradually increase the size of ships deployed on the TP20 from EU4,500 to EU6,500.The new TP28 route will be operated exclusively by Maersk with rotation routes: Toudun – Yantian – Ningbo – Shanghai – Houston – Norfolk.TP20 revised rotation route: Jakarta – Yantian – Ningbo – Shanghai – Charleston (north)- Newark.ZIM has announced the launch of the North China to Australia Express Service Line (C3A), which will connect major ports in North China, South Korea and Australia.The new C3A service will rotate from Xingang – Dalian – Qingdao – Busan – Ningbo – Sydney – Melbourne – Brisbane – Xingang.According to Israel star, seven 1,350 TEU container ships will be deployed on the new weekly service route.Danny Hoffmann, Executive Vice President of ZIM’s Internal Business unit in Asia, said: “C3A Express can provide customers in North China with fast delivery services to Australia, while expanding our portfolio of routes in Asia and Australia.”HMMHMM has begun calling Buenos Aires and Brazil through a new air service linking Latin America and Asia.FIL service began calling on January 27 from pier 4 in Buenos Aires, which is managed by APMTerminals.The service makes calls every 15 days from Brazil and Buenos Aires, including ports in Singapore, India and China.All seven 4750 EU ships in service were deployed by HMM.Service rotation ports include Shanghai, Ningbo, Shekou and other Chinese ports;Singapore;Busan Port, South Korea;Katupa Palli;Durban, South Africa;The Brazilian ports of Santos, Paranagua and Itajai);Jas in Iraq.Montevideo and Buenos Aires.CargoGulf The independent CargoGulf opened three new shipping routes connecting the Arabian Gulf, the Indian subcontinent and Asia.The new Express Service (RES), Mekong Bay Express (MGE) and Southeast Asia-Indian Subcontinent and Arabian Gulf (SIA) services complement the Company’s Arabian Gulf to Asia route (AGA) and North Asia Gulf Express (NAGE).New service rotation sequence is as follows: RES service: Shanghai – shekou – jebel ali port – the port klang – Shanghai MGE service: ho chi minh port – laem chabang port – the port klang – cable port – jebel ali port to nhava sheva port – port klang – ho chi minh port SIA service: Singapore port to port klang port to nhava sheva port Karachi – port mundra port – search – jie BeiARi – Dammam – Jebel Ali – Navasiva – Singapore The newly launched route provides weekly fixed sailings between the Arabian Gulf and Asia, connecting the ports of China, Vietnam and Thailand with all the major ports in the Arabian Gulf.