Advisories

Capacity Adjustment on MECL services due to Covid-19 Impact

30 April 2020

Due to market demand reductions in North America and Middle East–India Subcontinent caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges that we are all facing in managing the supply chain, Maersk is working to ensure all challenges are managed in the best way possible along this supply chain including, balancing our network to match reduced demand. We will therefore implement the second ad-hoc blanking for the MECL sailing in weeks 26 and 29 on the North America to Middle East–India Subcontinent network. Vessel/Voyage and ETA details as per below

Middle East–India Subcontinent to North America

Week Trade Service Vessel Voyage First Load Port / ETA
Week
26
Trade
USEC - WCA
Service
MECL
Vessel
MAERSK SENTOSA
Voyage
024E
First Load Port / ETA
Newark / 27-06-2020
Week
29
Trade
USEC - WCA
Service
MECL
Vessel
MAERSK KINLOSS
Voyage
026E
First Load Port / ETA
Newark / 16-05-2020

Maersk will continue to review the demand picture and will continuously adjust deployed capacity to match.

Please feel free to reach out to your local Maersk Customer Service representatives or check Local Information and Schedules for more details.

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