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Major loop changes from Far East to Africa, east coast South America

MAERSK, MOL and MSC will tie-up on the Far East and east coast South America route with two new services, reports Rotterdam's DynaLiners. 

Major loop changes from Far East to Africa, east coast South America

MAERSK, MOL and MSC will tie-up on the Far East and east coast South America route with two new services, reports Rotterdam's DynaLiners. 

Major loop changes from Far East to Africa, east coast South America
26 May 2015 - 20:30

Major loop changes from Far East to Africa, east coast South America

MAERSK, MOL and MSC will tie-up on the Far East and east coast South America route with two new services, reports Rotterdam's DynaLiners. 

These loops replace existing services CSW for MOL and Ipanema for MSC (with Hamburg Sud) and with Maersk Line leaving the two ASAS operations in which it currently co-operates with China Shipping, CMA CGM, Hamburg Sud, Hanjin and Hapag-Lloyd.

One will be operated by Maersk and MSC, contributing six ships each, the other by MOL.

On Loop 1, with MSC and Maersk each deploying six ships each there will be twelve 9,000-TEUers rotating through Busan, Shanghai, Ningbo, Shenzhen-Chiwan, Shenzhen-Yantian, Hong Kong, Singapore, Santos, Paranagua, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio Grande, Paranagua, Santos, Ngqura, Singapore, Hong Kong and back to Busan.

On Loop 2, MOL will deploy ten 5,500 TEUers rotating through Shenzhen-Chiwan, Shenzhen-Yantian, Hong Kong, Singapore, Santos, Itaguai, Itajai, Navegantes, Sao Francisco do Sul, Santos, Itaguai, Cape Town, Durban, Singapore and back to Shenzhen.

Dynaliners said the withdrawal of Maersk Line's five ships from ASAS, is likely to trigger change to this two-loop network, which furthermore employs two ships of China Shipping, three of CMA CGM, seven of Hamburg Sud, one from Hanjin and six of Hapag-Lloyd.

This second Loop 1 will rotate through Shanghai, Ningbo, Hong Kong, Shenzhen-Chiwan, Singapore, Port Kelang, Santos, Paranagua, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio Grande, Itapoa, Santos, Durban, Port Kelang, Singapore, Hong Kong and back to Shanghai.

This second Loop 2 will rotate through Busan, Shanghai, Ningbo, Shenzhen-Yantian, Hong Kong, Tanjung Pelepas, Singapore, Santos, Itaguai, Itapoa, Itajai, Paranagua, Santos, Ngqura, Singapore, Hong Kong and back to Busan.

There are two more services in the Far East-ECSA trade, one of which, coded SSA, has recently been revised with a new itinerary and a new partner (Yang Ming replacing NYK). At the same moment, carriers involved in these two loops, furthermore encompassing Hyundai, "K" Line, CMA CGM, Cosco, Evergreen and Zim, established a slot exchange agreement. 

These two services are SSA from Hyundai, "K" Line, PIL and Yang Ming, which rotates through Busan, Shanghai, Ningbo, Shenzhen-Shekou, Singapore, Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Navegantes, Paranagua, Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, Hong Kong and back to Busan.

Then there is the ESA from CMA CGM, Cosco, Evergreen and Zim that rotates through Shanghai, Ningbo, Shenzhen-Yantian, Hong Kong, Singapore, Santos, Paranagua, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Rio Grande, Paranagua, Santos, Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai.

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