The unprecedented situation of severe port congestion globally continues to result in accumulation of delays across several services on the Asia to Med network. This situation is driven by a combination of increased demand, congested supply chains in general as well as continued measures to fight the pandemic applied across impacted ports which is hampering their productivity. These accumulated delays are currently causing further gaps in the schedules and have resulted in several Asia departures been spread apart by more than 7 days.

The above is resulting in delays exceeding 7 days and to provide improved schedule visibility to our customers and after careful review of the schedules, Maersk has decided to adjust the voyages numbers starting from below sailings to match with corresponding actual departure weeks of the vessels and services.

We aim to minimize the impact to our customers and will communicate any further changes separately in due course.

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
Week
26
Service
AE15
First Impacted Vessel
MSC OSCAR
Original Voyage number WB/EB
226W/231E
New Voyage number WB/EB
227W /232E
Ningbo ETD
July 11th, 2022

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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