In light of the bottlenecks seen across the North America network, Maersk’s TA6 service has been subject to an accumulation of delays. We are forever striving to improve cargo delivery for our customers in the face of challenging circumstances, but even slight disruption can cause a ripple effect and lead to substantial setbacks.

The situation in North America is driven by a number of external factors, including local congestion in US terminals and adverse weather conditions; and while Maersk is doing all in its power to combat the circumstances for customers, the delay accumulation for TA6 has resulted in a gap in the departure schedule that requires adjustment.

After careful review – ensuring capacity remains unaffected and disruption is minimized – Maersk has adjusted the following schedule.

TA6 – Original schedule

Service Vessel BH Voyage First Port /ETD HH Voyage First Port / ETD
Service
MED/GULF
Vessel
Sealand Washington
BH Voyage
206E
First Port /ETD
Veracruz/8th Feb
HH Voyage
210W
First Port / ETD
Gioia Tauro/9th March

TA6 - New schedule

Service Vessel BH Voyage First Port /ETD HH Voyage First Port / ETD
Service
MED/GULF
Vessel
Sealand Washington
BH Voyage
207E
First Port /ETD
Veracruz/15th Feb
HH Voyage
211W
First Port / ETD
Gioia Tauro/16th March

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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