We would like to inform you that we will now streamline our North Sea SLB service in response to changing market conditions. To provide fast transit times and reliable schedules, we will be adding Iskenderun (Turkey) to our North Sea/SLB service.

As we always analyse and react to situations to keep your supply chain as flexible as possible, we have identified the need to extend our coverage of North Europe and Levant Sea area and give our customers further options, via Iskenderun in Turkey.

The updated port rotations for the SLB is:
London > Rotterdam > Antwerp > Bremerhaven > Ashdod > Haifa > Alexandria > Iskenderun > Port Said.

The new rotation will start in London on 12 September 2023, with the vessel LYME BAY 334NB/3337SB. The first calls in ISKENDERUN will be on 04 October.

Maersk is constantly evaluating the market situation and acting accordingly to keep your supply chain moving with as little disruption as possible. If there are any further changes, they will be communicated with you as soon as possible.

In case of any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact your personal Maersk contact or sales representative.

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