Dragon – Rotation, window and terminal* changes in Asia
We at Maersk constantly strive to provide reliable and innovative products to our valued customers. In an effort to continue servicing our customers in Asia, MSK will revise rotation, terminals and windows as of SL Michigan 127S. Revised windows are listed below Last voyage on existing rotation, terminal* and windows will be Maersk Seoul 126S.
Rotation change: Order of calling for Shanghai and Ningbo would be swapped
Dragon new rotation would be: Yokohama – Osaka – Busan* – Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Hong Kong – Yantian – Sydney – Melbourne – Brisbane
Terminal change: Terminal in Busan* would change to PNC terminal
Windows in Yokohama and Osaka remain unchanged
Busan* - Wed 0100 to Wed 2100
Qingdao – Fri 1000 to Sat 0800
Ningbo – Sun 2030 to Mon 0830
Shanghai – Wed 0200 to Wed 2000
Windows from Hong Kong onwards remain unchanged
*Terminal change in Busan is applicable to Maersk operated vessels only, while other window changes are applicable to all vessels on the service.
Schedules for the above mentioned vessels will be updated in due course.
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We thank you in advance for your continued support and look forward to continuing to connect your supply chain.
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