Maersk is dedicated to support our customers and respond to the unprecedented market situation on the US West Coast with severe port congestion slowing down supply chains and cargo delivery across various ports.

In response to these challenges Maersk will make adjustment on our TP Alaska service by adding vessels and rationalizing the port coverage to provide a more stable service with an improved schedule reliability.

TP Alaska will now offer direct coverage from Shanghai & Yantian into Tacoma with weekly capacity while continuing to offer the same westbound coverage from Dutch Harbor into North-East Asia on fortnightly basis.

Current TP Alaska schedule: Dutch Harbor (US)* – Yokohama (JP)* – Busan (KR)* – Qingdao (CN)* (*bi-weekly call).

New TP Alaska schedule: Shanghai (CN) – Yantian (CN) – Tacoma (US) – Dutch Harbor (US)* – Yokohama (JP)* – Busan (KR)* – Qingdao (CN)* – Shanghai (CN) – Yantian (CN) – Tacoma (US) (*bi-weekly call).

First effective sailing from Asia to North America

Trade Service Vessel Voyage First Load Port First Load Port ETD
Trade
FEA - USWC
Service
TP Alaska
Vessel
Cape Moss
Voyage
126E
First Load Port
Shanghai
First Load Port ETD
30-Jun

First effective sailing from North America to Asia

Trade Service Vessel Voyage Load Port Load Port ETD
Trade
FEA - USWC
Service
TP Alaska
Vessel
Cape Moss
Voyage
129W
Load Port
Tacoma
Load Port ETD
19-Jul

In case of any questions, please contact your local customer service or sales representatives or check Schedules.

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