MSC enhances the USA-SAEC service

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MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has announced an enhancement to its USA-South America East Coast (USA-SAEC) service, starting in April with MSC CAROLINA voyage 13R.    The new rotation features a call in Cristobal, which will improve connections with the rest of MSC’s South America network and other intercontinental services. With the addition of calls at Paranagua and …

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ZIM: Asia-South America East Coast Service (ASE) – now in co-operation with Maersk Line

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Starting mid December 2018, ZIM’s premium service Asia-South America East Coast Service (ASE) will operate under a new agreement, in cooperation with Maersk Line. The service’s upgraded rotation, adjusted to meet market requirements, improve transit time and to ensure reliable and stable schedule, is as follows: Pusan – Shanghai – …

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ONE: Expansion on the Partnership of Asia-South America Service (ECSA)

Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced the expansion of its Asia-South America (ECSA) service. The expansion sees a joint cooperation with Hapag Lloyd and Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) in the Asia-South America trade lane. The new service will connect Asia with the east coast of South America, calling major ports …

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OOCL: New Asia–Latin and South America direct services (TLP1 & TLP2)

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With an increased focus to expand their business network in the Latin and South America market and to meet the growing demand for quality services in this region, OOCL has announced the introduction of 2 new Asia–Latin and South America products, namely the Transpacific Latin Pacific 1 (TLP1) and Transpacific Latin Pacific 2 …

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Hamburg Süd: New services between West Coast South & Central America and Asia (ASPA and ASCA)

Beginning in April, Hamburg Süd is launching a new service network between Asia and South America, West Coast, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Concealed behind the well-known service names ASPA and ASCA will then be a completely new product to replace the present partnership with other liner shipping companies …

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Hapag Lloyd: South America – Asia / Loop 2 (AN2) Service – Transit Time Improvement

Hapag-Lloyd will improve transit times for the South America – Asia / Loop 2 (AN2) Service as follows: from San Antonio, Chile to Busan, Korea from 36 to 30* days from San Antonio, Chile to Shanghai, China from 38 to 32* days (* Estimated transit time) This is achieved by …

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Hapag-Lloyd: Asia – South America East Coast Service (ASE) – Service Changes

Hapag Lloyd has informed that the port of Rio de Janeiro will be added to the ASE schedule replacing the current call at Sepetiba (Port of Itaguaí). They belive this change would enlarge their port coverage in Brazil as they will continue offering Sepetiba regularly in their ASE2 service. These …

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