Maersk Line revives sailings on its Far East-North Europe AE-9 service

By Finance

The leader in shipping industry, Danish carrier Maersk Line has re-commenced its Far East-Europe AE-9 service it stopped in October.
The revived service is going to deploy ships of 6,500-7,500 TEU and reduce sailings in February in line with the usual slump after Chinese New Year.
The AE-9 service, with the lowest weekly capacity of 10 vessels among 7,000-8,000 TEU, was 1 of many services on Far East-North Europe trade lane which the carrier reduced or eliminated in October, 2012.
It's going to start this year with 6 weekly sailings from the Far East to North Europe in addition to the existing AE-1, AE-2, AE-6, AE-7 and AE- 10 loops.
The AE-9 is going to reinstate its previous port rotation of Ningbo, Shanghai, Shenzhen-Yantian, Tanjung Pelepas, Tangier, Rotterdam, Bremerhaven, Felixstowe, Zeebrugge, Valencia, Xiamen, Shanghai, Qingdao and back to Ningbo.