The last voyage of the REX3/ARC2 was on February 24 with the sailing of the 4,545-TEU Hanjin Mundra from Ningbo, according to all of the vessel operators' most recent online service schedules.
The rotation is Ningbo, Xiamen, Shenzhen-Yantian, Shenzhen-Shekou, Port Kelang, Djibouti, Jeddah, Port Sudan, Djibouti, Port Kelang and back to Ningbo.
According to ocean carrier schedule and capacity database BlueWater Reporting, the REX3/ARC2 operates with seven vessels with an average vessel capacity of 5,040 TEU. Yang Ming and CMA CGM's subsidiary lines ANL and Delmas purchase slot purchasers.
Although the REX3/ARC2 is ending, transits between Asia and Port Sudan in both directions are provided by Maersk Line's Horn of Africa service, according to BlueWater Reporting.
Transits from Asia to Djibouti are provided by the Ocean3 Alliance's MEX while transits between Asia and Djibouti in both directions are offered by Maersk Line's Horn of Africa, and PIL and APL's RSS/REX.
The Horn of Africa and the RSS/REX, in addition to several other services, also offer transits between Asia and Jeddah.