Bottlenecks across the Asia-North Europe network has contributed to an accumulation of delays on our services. We always strive to improve cargo delivery for our customers in challenging circumstances, but even a minor disruption can cause a ripple effect and lead to substantial setbacks.

The situation driven by a number of external factors, chiefly terminal congestion, and while Maersk is doing all in its power to combat the circumstances for customers, the delay accumulation for AE10 has resulted in gaps in the departure schedules that require adjustment.

In an effort to adjust network deployment across the market and to improve schedule visibility - Maersk has adjusted the following schedule

First Effective Sailing subject to voyage number change

Week Service First Impacted Vessel Original Voyage number WB/EB New Voyage number WB/EB Ningbo ETD
First Impacted Vessel
Original Voyage number WB/EB
New Voyage number WB/EB
Ningbo ETD
24 JUNE 2022

We will ensure the impact to our customers is minimized in advance by rebooking the cargo to the remaining network with alternative products and will communicate in case of any further changes separately in due course.

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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