To ensure our Transpacific services cater to the needs of the market we will split our existing TP Alaska service into two separate strings. We will detach the Eastbound focused loop from Asia to the Pacific North West from the Westbound focused loop from Dutch Harbor into North East Asia, as of 1st week of November.

The independent Pacific North West loop will be renamed as TP7 service, continue to offer below port rotation on weekly basis:

New TP7: Shanghai – Yantian – Seattle – Yokohama – Busan – Qingdao

The Dutch Harbor to Asia loop will remain as the TP Alaska service, offering below port rotation on a monthly basis:

New TP Alaska: Dutch Harbor – Yokohama – Busan – Qingdao

First effective sailing from Asia to North America

Trade Service Vessel Voyage First Load Port First Load Port ETD
Trade
FEA - USWC
Service
TP7
Vessel
Nicolai Maersk
Voyage
144N
First Load Port
Shanghai
First Load Port ETD
03-Nov
Trade
FEA - USWC
Service
TP Alaska
Vessel
Maersk Boston
Voyage
147N
First Load Port
Yokohama
First Load Port ETD
13-Nov

First effective sailing from North America to Asia

Trade Service Vessel Voyage First Load Port First Load Port ETD
Trade
FEA - USWC
Service
TP7
Vessel
Nicolai Maersk
Voyage
147S
First Load Port
Seattle
First Load Port ETD
22-Nov
Trade
FEA - USWC
Service
TP Alaska
Vessel
Maersk Boston
Voyage
138W
First Load Port
Dutch Habour
First Load Port ETD
04-Nov

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

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