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2M Alliance revises transatlantic network as trade demand shorter transits

MAERSK and the Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) will revise its North Europe-US network to shorten transit times and offer better port pair coverage, reports American Shipper

2M Alliance revises transatlantic network as trade demand shorter transits

MAERSK and the Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) will revise its North Europe-US network to shorten transit times and offer better port pair coverage, reports American Shipper

2M Alliance revises transatlantic network as trade demand shorter transits
23 July 2018 - 19:00

MAERSK and the Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) will revise its North Europe-US network to shorten transit times and offer better port pair coverage, reports American Shipper.

The 2M Alliance members plan to adjust their existing three loops so net capacity across the network will remain similar to today's three loop levels before increasing it to four strings, said MSC.



The new loop, dubbed TA4 by Maersk Line and NEUATL4 by MSC, will call Antwerp, Rotterdam, Bremerhaven, Felixstowe, Newark, Savannah, Port Everglades and Charleston.



Of the three loops the TA1/NEUATL1 will call Antwerp, Rotterdam, Bremerhaven, Norfolk, Charleston, Houston and Norfolk while the TA2/NEUATL2 will call Bremerhaven, Felixstowe, Antwerp, Le Havre, Newark, Baltimore, Norfolk, Savannah and Norfolk and the TA3/NEUATL3 will call Le Havre, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Bremerhaven, Charleston, Veracruz, Altamira, New Orleans, Mobile and Freeport.



In total, the 2M Alliance's existing three loops will deploy 17 vessels with a total combined capacity of 109,751 TEU, according to BlueWater Reporting's Capacity Report.

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