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Hapag-Lloyd cancels six Chinese New Year Asia-to-Oz/NZ sailings

GERMANY's shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd will be cancelling a number of sailings from Asia to New Zealand and Australia in late January and February owing to weaker demand during Chinese New Year

02 January 2020 - 19:00

GERMANY's shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd will be cancelling a number of sailings from Asia to New Zealand and Australia in late January and February owing to weaker demand during Chinese New Year.

Thus, the following blank sailings in Hapag's NZX service will apply: The APL Denver Voyage 377S/ 338N with an ETA Shanghai on January 30 with its ETA Auckland February 2 has been cancelled.



To assist in cargo planning, are the following details of the sailings a week before and after the cancellations: The Xin Zhang Zhou Voyage 035S/ 035N with an ETA Shanghai on January 23, ETA Auckland on February 14 and the CMA CGM Coral Voyage 299S/ 300N with an ETA Shanghai on February 6 and an ETA Auckland on February 28.



Thus, Hapag Lloyd North East Asia Express (NAX) will face the following sailing cancellations: Ital Melodia Voyage 148S/ 148N with an ETA Busan on January 27 and an ETA Sydney on February 17.



To assist in cargo planning are the following details of the sailings one week before and after the cancellations. They are the Hyundai Grace Voyage 094S/ 094N ETA Busan on January 20 with an ETA Sydney on February 10 and the CMA CGM Puget Voyage 015S/ 015N ETA Busan on February 6 and ETA Sydney on February 26.



Thus, sailing will also be cancelled on the Taiwan Service (CAT), namely the YM Enhancer Voyage 117S/N, ETA Shekou on February 6 and ETA Sydney on February 20.



To assist in cargo planning are the details of the sailings one week before and after the cancellations. They are the Harrier Hunter Voyage 1910S/N ETA Shekou on January 30 and an ETA Sydney on February 13, and the YM Vancouver Voyage 130S/N ETA Shekou on February 13 and an ETA Sydney on February 27.


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