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Hapag-Lloyd splits up USEC service, revises Asia-Mexico sling

Busan portBox carrier Hapag-Lloyd of Germany is reintroducing the New York Express (NYE) and South China Express (SCE) as standalone services and axing its current NYE/SCE combo service.

The NYE service will have a port rotation of Kaohsiung, Ningbo, Shanghai, Busan, Manzanillo, Savannah, New York, Norfolk, Jacksonville, Manzanillo, Balboa, Busan, and Kaohsiung.

The SCE loop will make scheduled calls at Xiamen, Kaohsiung, Da Chan Bay, Hong Kong, Yantian, Manzanillo, Kingston, Savannah, Charleston, Kingston, Manzanillo, and Xiamen.

The last NYE/SCE combo sailing will be the Hyundai Goodwill departing Xiamen on May 9 and departing Savannah on June 10.

The first NYE sailing will be the Hyundai Forward with an expected time of departure from Kaohsiung on May 19 and an ETD Savannah on June 17.

The SCE service begins with the ER Denver having an ETD Xiamen scheduled on May 14 and ETD Savannah on June 16.

At the same time, the German shipping line will revise the Asia-Mexico Express Loop 2 (AME2) Service from May 8. The new service rotation will be Singapore, Chiwan, Kaohsiung, Manzanillo, Lazaro Cardenas, Yokohama, Kaohsiung, and Singapore.

The AME2 service, which will continue to offer a weekly frequency, will provide better transit times from South China ports and an improved connectivity from and to Southeast Asia via Singapore, said the company.

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