In light of ongoing schedule reliability considerations, Maersk is implementing specific measures to improve schedule reliability on its AE7 service on the Far East Asia to North Europe network. As a result of high yard density and exceptional waiting time for our vessels in the port of Hamburg, Maersk has decided to omit Hamburg on the next 4 voyages and divert the discharge moves on these voyages into Bremerhaven NTB as the final port of discharge for the duration of the diversion.

We aim to minimize the impact to our customers by securing alternative routings as per below.

Vessels diverted from Hamburg to Bremerhaven discharge

Week Service Vessel Voyage First Load Port / First port date Last Load Port / Last port date
Week
18
Service
Eleonora Maersk
Vessel
785
Voyage
118W
First Load Port / First port date
Ningbo / 05.May.2021
Last Load Port / Last port date
Colombo / 21.May.2021
Week
20
Service
Estelle Maersk
Vessel
772
Voyage
119W
First Load Port / First port date
Ningbo / 17.May.2021
Last Load Port / Last port date
Tanjung Pelepas / 27.May.2021
Week
20
Service
Evelyn Maersk
Vessel
787
Voyage
120W
First Load Port / First port date
Ningbo / 23.May.2021
Last Load Port / Last port date
Colombo / 12.June.2021
Week
21
Service
Ebba Maersk
Vessel
788
Voyage
121W
First Load Port / First port date
Ningbo / 28.May.2021
Last Load Port / Last port date
Tanjung Pelepas / 8.June.2021

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. We look forward to continuing working with you in the future. In case of any questions, please contact your local customer service or sales representatives.

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