HONG KONG's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) has announced the cancellation of transpacific and Asia-Europe sailings in anticipation of low demand in October.
On the Pacific, this will affect the Central China 4 (CC4) service, estimated to arrive Shanghai on October 7 in Week 40 east bound, with an ETA in Los Angeles on October 22 in Week 42 west bound.
The service resumes with 5,000-TEU NYK Atlas (NAL) 091E/W: ETA Shanghai on October 14 in Week 41 on EB, and ETA Los Angeles on October 29 in Week 43 on WB.
The announcement also affects South China 2 (SC2): ETA Shenzhen-Da Chan Bay on October 9 in Week 41 on EB, and ETA Long Beach on October 25 in Week 43 on WB.
The service resumes with 8,888-TEU OOCL Miami (OIM) 032E/W: ETA Da Chan Bay on October 16 in Week 42 on EB, and ETA Los Angeles on October 29 in Week 44 on WB.
In the Asia-Europe trade, this will affect Loop 5: the 13,208-TEU OOCL France (OFS) 003W/E (ETA Kwangyang on September 30 in Week 39 on WB, with an ETA at Le Havre on November 4 in Week 44 on EB).
It will also affect Loop 7: the 13,900-TEU APL Raffles (RAF) 015W/E (ETA Qingdao on October 10 in Week 41 on WB, and ETA Rotterdam on November 14 in Week 46 on EB).
In the Asia-Med trade, this will affect the EMX service, and the 4,253-TEU ZIM Genova (GVO) 046 W/E (ETA Busan on October 7 in Week 40 on WB, and ETA Novorossiysk on November 6 in Week 45 on EB).
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