Shanghai: China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL), Orient Overseas Container Lines (OOCL), Pacific International Lines (PIL) and CMA CGM will jointly start a new service for the North East Asia, Australia and New Zealand Trade, commencing from Shanghai in early November 2014.
The weekly service will turn around in 49 days offering extensive port coverage in Asia and New Zealand and including a call in Australia on her way from Asia.
The new service will be operated with seven 4,250teu vessels, of which three vessels will be provided by CMA CGM, two vessels by OOCL and one vessel each by CSCL and PIL. It will be replacing the current “ANZEX” / “NZN” service operated by CMA CGM and OOCL. [26/09/14]