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Durban docks first ship on Hapag-ONE new Mideast Asia-Africa service

SOUTH AFRICA's Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and Transnet Ports Terminals (TPT) welcomed the first vessel to arrive at the Port of Durban on the new MIAX (Middle East-India-Africa Express) service offered by Hapag-Lloyd and Ocean Network Express (ONE)

Durban docks first ship on Hapag-ONE new Mideast Asia-Africa service

SOUTH AFRICA's Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and Transnet Ports Terminals (TPT) welcomed the first vessel to arrive at the Port of Durban on the new MIAX (Middle East-India-Africa Express) service offered by Hapag-Lloyd and Ocean Network Express (ONE)

10 November 2019 - 19:00

SOUTH AFRICA's Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and Transnet Ports Terminals (TPT) welcomed the first vessel to arrive at the Port of Durban on the new MIAX (Middle East-India-Africa Express) service offered by Hapag-Lloyd and Ocean Network Express (ONE).

The 2,758-TEU Maltese-flagged New Jersey Trader offers direct connections and fast transit times between South and West Africa, the Persian Gulf, India, Colombo and Reunion.



Nine ships with a capacity of 2,800 TEU each, will be deployed for the new service.



Said Port of Durban general manager Moshe Motlohi: 'Durban and Cape Town will play a key role in regional integration through the lines?existing global network.'



The first port rotation for the service is Jebel Ali, Mundra, Nhava Sheva, Colombo, Reunion, Durban, Cape Town, Tema, Lagos (Tincan and Apapa), Cape Town, Durban and back to Jebel Ali.



Said Hapag-Lloyd:'MIAX will connect the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent to South Africa and West Africa with a quality service. We are very excited and look forward to growing in South Africa and Africa as a whole.'


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