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THE Alliance announces service network adjustments for 2024

The setup of THE Alliance’s network has been reconfigured to ensure a comprehensive port coverage. The enhanced service setup will be effective from April 2024.

One of key highlights in 2024 will be deploying additional tonnage in several services to ensure the most comprehensive coverage and the most reliable schedule under the existing operational conditions.

In the Asia-North Europe Trade and Transpacific South West Trade, THEA will extend the 2023 Winter Program until further notice.

Please refer to the enhanced service network with the following port rotations:

Asia and North Europe

  • FP1
    remains as pendulum of Asia – Europe and Asia – Transpacific West Coast trades
    From TPWC – Tokyo - Shimizu – Kobe – Nagoya – Tokyo – Singapore – (Suez) – Damietta - Rotterdam – Hamburg – Le Havre – (Suez) – Singapore – Kobe – Nagoya – Tokyo – To TPWC

  • FE2
    Pusan – Shanghai – Ningbo – South PRC – South PRC – Singapore – (Suez) – Tangier – Southampton – Le Havre – Wilhelmshaven – Rotterdam – Algeciras - (Suez) – Jeddah - Singapore – Pusan

  • FE3
    Ningbo – Xiamen – Kaohsiung – South PRC – Cai Mep - Singapore – (Suez) – Rotterdam – Hamburg – Antwerp – Southampton – (Suez) – Singapore – South PRC – Hong Kong – Kaohsiung – Ningbo

  • FE4
    Xingang – Qingdao – Pusan – Shanghai – South PRC – Colombo - (Suez) – Algeciras – Rotterdam – Hamburg – Antwerp – London Gateway - Tangier – (Suez) – Singapore – Xingang

  • FE5 – Extension of 2023 winter program (Temporarily Suspended until further notice)

Asia and the Mediterranean

  • MD1
    Qingdao – Pusan – Shanghai – Ningbo – South PRC – Singapore – Jeddah – (Suez) – Damietta – Barcelona – Valencia – Algeciras – Damietta – (Suez) – Jeddah – Singapore – Hong Kong – Qingdao

  • MD2
    Pusan – Shanghai– Ningbo – Kaohsiung – South PRC – Singapore – (Suez) – Piraeus – Genoa – La Spezia – Fos – Genoa – Piraeus – (Suez) – Singapore – Hong Kong – Pusan

  • MD3
    Pusan – Ningbo – Shanghai – South PRC – Singapore – Jeddah – (Suez) – Ashdod – Istanbul – Izmit – Aliaga – Mersin – Ashdod - (Suez) – Jeddah – Singapore – Kaohsiung – Pusan

Transpacific – West Coast

  • FP1 remains as Pendulum of Asia – Europe and Asia – Transpacific West Coast trades
    From Europe – Singapore – Kobe – Nagoya – Tokyo – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Tokyo – Shimizu – Kobe – Nagoya – Tokyo – Singapore – Damietta - To Europe

  • PS3 remains as Pendulum of Asia – Indian subcontinent and Asia – Transpacific West Coast trades
    Nhava Sheva – Pipavav – Colombo – Port Kelang – Singapore – Cai Mep – Haiphong – South PRC – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Tokyo - Pusan – Shanghai – Ningbo – South PRC – Singapore – Port Kelang – Nhava Sheva

  • PS4
    Xiamen – South PRC – Kaohsiung – Keelung – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Keelung – Kaohsiung – Xiamen

  • PS5 – Extension of 2023 winter program (Temporarily Suspended until further notice)

  • PS6
    Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Kobe – Qingdao

  • PS7
    Singapore – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – South PRC – Pusan - Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Hong Kong – Singapore

  • PN1
    Xiamen – Kaohsiung – Ningbo – Nagoya – Tokyo – Tacoma – Vancouver – Tokyo – Kobe – Nagoya – Xiamen

  • PN2
    Singapore – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – South PRC – Tacoma – Vancouver – Tokyo – Kobe – Singapore

  • PN3
    Hong Kong – Haiphong – South PRC - Shanghai – Pusan – Vancouver – Tacoma – Pusan – Kaohsiung – Hong Kong

  • PN4
    Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – Prince Rupert – Tacoma – Vancouver – Pusan – Kwangyang – Qingdao

Transpacific – East Coast (via Panama and Suez Canals) – subject to the transit situation of Panama canal

  • EC1
    Kaohsiung – South PRC – Shanghai – Ningbo – Pusan – (Panama) – Manzanillo, PA – New York – Norfolk – Charleston – Savannah – Manzanillo, PA – (Panama) – Rodman – Kaohsiung

  • EC2
    Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – Manzanillo, MX - (Panama) – Cartagena – Savannah – Charleston – Wilmington – Norfolk – Cartagena – (Panama) – Pusan – Qingdao

  • EC4
    Kaohsiung – Xiamen – South PRC – Cai Mep – Singapore – (Suez) – Norfolk – Savannah – Charleston – New York – (Suez) – Singapore – Kaohsiung

  • EC5
    Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – Singapore – Colombo – (Suez) – Halifax – New York – Savannah – Jacksonville – Norfolk – Halifax – (Suez) – Jebel Ali – Singapore – Laem Chabang

  • EC6
    Kaohsiung – Hong Kong – South PRC – Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – (Panama) – Houston – Mobile – (Panama) – Rodman - Kaohsiung

Asia and the Middle East / Red Sea

  • AG2
    Shanghai – Ningbo – Xiamen – South PRC – Port Kelang – Jebel Ali – Hamad – Umm Qasr – Hamad– Jebel Ali – Singapore – Shanghai

  • AG3
    Qingdao – Pusan – Shanghai – Ningbo – Kaohsiung – South PRC – Singapore – Jebel Ali – Dammam – Jubail – Hamad – Abu Dhabi – Jebel Ali - Sohar – Port Kelang – Singapore – Hong Kong – Qingdao

  • AR1
    Pusan – Shanghai – Ningbo – South PRC – Singapore – Jeddah – Aqaba – Sokhna – Jeddah – Singapore – Pusan

Trans-Atlantic

  • AL2
    Southampton – Le Havre – Rotterdam – Hamburg – New York –Philadelphia – Norfolk – Southampton

  • AL3
    Antwerp – Hamburg – London Gateway – Charleston – Savannah – Norfolk – Antwerp

  • AL4
    Le Havre – London Gateway – Antwerp – Hamburg – Wilhelmshaven - Veracruz – Altamira – Houston – Le Havre

  • AL5
    Southampton – Le Havre – Rotterdam – Hamburg – Antwerp – Halifax – Port Everglades – Cartagena – (Panama) – Rodman – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Rodman – (Panama) – Cartagena – Caucedo – St. John - Halifax – Southampton

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About Hapag-Lloyd
With a fleet of 264 modern container ships and a total transport capacity of 2.0 million TEU, Hapag-Lloyd is one of the world’s leading liner shipping companies. In the Liner Shipping segment, the Company has around 13,500 employees and 400 offices in 135 countries. Hapag-Lloyd has a container capacity of 2.9 million TEU – including one of the largest and most modern fleets of reefer containers. A total of 113 liner services worldwide ensure fast and reliable connections between more than 600 ports across the world. In the Terminal & Infrastructure segment, Hapag-Lloyd has stakes in 20 terminals in Europe, Latin America, the United States, India, and North Africa. The roughly 2,600 employees assigned to the Terminal & Infrastructure segment handle terminal-related activities and provide complementary logistics services at selected locations.

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