Evergreen enhances intra-Mediterranean feeder network

Effective January 2011, Evergreen Line will divide its existing Adriatic Levant service (ADL) service and Greek Turkey service (GTS), creating four new separate routings. Additionally, the North Africa Feeder service (NAF) will be upgraded to a weekly service.

The existing Adriatic Levant services (ADL) will become Adriatic-Levant Loop 1 (ADL1) and Adriatic-Levant Loop 2 (ADL2), while the existing Greek Turkey service (GTS) will become Greek Feeder service (GFS) & Turkey-Levant service (TRL).

The new Adriatic-Levant Loop 1 (ADL1) will deploy two 1,200 TEU vessels with new direct calls at Ravenna and Beirut.  The port rotation is:  Trieste > Ravenna > Ancona > Taranto > Alexandria > Beirut > Limassol > Taranto > Trieste.

The new Adriatic-Levant Loop 2 (ADL2) will deploy two 1,200 TEU vessels with the following port rotation: Koper > Venice > Rijeka > Taranto > Ashdod > Mersin > Taranto > Koper.

The new Greek Feeder service (GFS) will deploy one 900 TEU vessel with the following port rotation: Taranto > Piraeus > Thessaloniki > Taranto.

The new Turkey-Levant service (TRL) will deploy two 1,000 TEU vessels with new direct calls at Alexandria and Ashdod.  The port rotation is: Taranto > Istanbul > Haydarpasa > Gemlik > Izmir > Alexandria > Ashdod > Taranto.

The upgraded North Africa Feeder service (NAF) will deploy two 700 TEU vessels with a new direct call at Benghazi.  The port rotation is: Taranto > Benghazi > Misurata > Tunis > Taranto.

According to an Evergreen spokesperson, these upgraded feeder routings will enable Evergreen to provide customers with improved operational efficiency, greater capacity, wider port coverage and quality services to and from the Mediterranean, connecting to Evergreen’s extensive global networks

Quelle: eyefortransport
Portal:  www.logistik-express.com

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