Members of THE Alliance, Hapag-Lloyd, Ocean Network Express, and Yang Ming have announced services update Friday regarding theTrans-Pacificfic - West Coast products in a response of schedule integrity improvement, extensive product enhancement and better cost efficiency.
The update of THE Alliance product will feature total six services in Asia/North America West Coast. The PS5 and PS8 services will conjugate into one combined service and cater for customers connecting the key ports of North China, Central China and North America gate ports. The base plan of the six services update will be as follows:
Final sailing: Eastbound – M/V YM MANDATE 056E, ETA Xingang 23 July Westbound – M/V YM MANDATE 056W, ETA Prince Rupert 8 August
Effective sailings: Eastbound – M/V CONTI CRYSTAL 104E, ETA Qingdao 6 August Westbound – M/V CONTI CRYSTAL 104W, ETA Los Angeles/Long Beach 24 August
Effective sailings: Eastbound – M/V YM MUTUALITY 060E, ETA Hong Kong 4 August Westbound – M/V YM MUTUALITY 060W, ETA Los Angeles/Long Beach 20 August
Ningbo – Shanghai (Waigaoqiao) – Pusan – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Tokyo – Ningbo
Effective sailings: Eastbound – M/V HUMBER BRIDGE 074E, ETA Ningbo 9 August Westbound – M/V HUMBER BRIDGE 074W, ETA Los Angeles/Long Beach 27 August
Xiamen – Hong Kong – Yantian – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Xiamen
Effective sailings: Eastbound – M/V MOL BEACON 023E, ETA Xiamen 2 August Westbound – M/V MOL BEACON 023W, ETA Los Angeles/Long Beach 21 August
Effective sailings: Eastbound – M/V LEVERKUSEN EXPRESS 023E, ETA Hong Kong 29 July Westbound – M/V LEVERKUSEN EXPRESS 023W, ETA Prince Rupert 15 August
All other services of THE Alliance covering Asia to North America West Coast remain unchanged.
THE Alliance will maintain its wide variety of services between Trans Pacific - West Coast, covering all major port pairs with weekly sailings, and will strive to continuously make service refinements whenever necessary to provide exceptional products in the marketplace.