G6 Alliance streamlines its schedule between Asia and Europe

Voiding of additional four sailings – due to changes in market demand / Further service adjustments possible

In response to changes in market demand, members of the G6 Alliance decided on an additional four void sailings within their Asia-Europe product. The following void sailings are planned for the subsequent services and weeks:

-) Loop 6 service in week 40, westbound ETA Kaohsiung 01 October 2015Kaohsiung will be added as a westbound call, while Jebel Ali will be inserted on the eastbound leg of Loop 7. The westbound Colombo and Xiamen calls will be added into Loop 4.
-) Loop 7 service in week 41, westbound ETA Qingdao 05 October 2015 Qingdao will be added to Loop 4 on the westbound leg in the corresponding week, while Gdansk, Gothenburg and Antwerp calls will be covered by Loop 5 on the eastbound direction during the same timeframe.
-) Loop 4 service in week 42, westbound ETA Ningbo 16 October 2015 The westbound Le Havre call will be covered by Loop 6 in week 42.
-) Loop 5 service in week 43, westbound ETA Kwangyang 23 October 2015 The westbound Kwangyang and Pusan calls will be added in other loops in the respective week.

The G6 Alliance continues to offer a variety of services between Asia and Europe covering all major port pairs with weekly sailings, and to make further service adjustments where necessary.

The G6 Alliance members are APL, Hapag-Lloyd, Hyundai Merchant Marine, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Nippon Yusen Kaisha and Orient Overseas Container Line.


Source: oevz.com

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