CMA CGM and Maersk drop calls on joint Korea-China-Subcontinent service

The rotation of the Korea-China-Subcontinent service jointly operated by CMA CGM (‘Cimex2’) and Maersk Line (‘FM3’) is to be modified in the next two months, with the calls at Tianjin (aka Xingang) and Colombo (eastbound) being removed, on 14 May and 16 June respectively, and a Westport Port kelang call being instated.

Both ports will last be visited by the 6,650 teu SEALAND MICHIGAN.

The service continues to turn in 49 days with an average weekly capacity of 6,633 teu. Its rotation stands as follows: Kwangyang, Busan, Shanghai, Ningbo, Nansha, Tanjung Pelepas, Colombo, Pipavav, Nhava Sheva, Port Bin Qasim, Port Kelang (West and North), Singapore, Kwangyang.

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