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Hapag-Lloyd and MOL revise Europe-West Africa to fill Zim vacuum

GERMANY's Hapag-Lloyd and Japan's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) are to restructure their joint services on Europe-West Africa trade following Israel's Zim departure from both services. 

Hapag-Lloyd and MOL revise Europe-West Africa to fill Zim vacuum

GERMANY's Hapag-Lloyd and Japan's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) are to restructure their joint services on Europe-West Africa trade following Israel's Zim departure from both services. 

Hapag-Lloyd and MOL revise Europe-West Africa to fill Zim vacuum
26 June 2014 - 05:04

Hapag-Lloyd and MOL revise Europe-West Africa to fill Zim vacuum

GERMANY's Hapag-Lloyd and Japan's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) are to restructure their joint services on Europe-West Africa trade following Israel's Zim departure from both services. 

The carriers will merge the weekly North Europe to West Africa loop (WAX/ARN) with their fortnightly Med-West Africa loop (WMX/ARS) into a single weekly service, starting the end of June. 

The merged loop will reduce its capacity from 3,700 TEU a week to 2,500 TEU and add a UK call of London-Gateway while Lome and Cotonou will no longer be served, said Alphaliner. 

The service will turn in six weeks using six ships of 2,500 TEU of which five are already deployed on the carriers' joint North Europe-West Africa service. 

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