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There’s a change in the services connecting Asia and the East Coast of South America

If you are shipping between Asia and the East Coast of South America, please take note of the following changes that might impact your cargo planning.|

Service ASE – Asia to East Coast South America
Please keep in mind that Yantian, China and Sepetiba, Brazil will no longer be part of the rotation in this service. However, you will still be able to place your bookings to your preferred locations in the East Coast of South America, which will be served via transshipments. In addition to this, please note that there is a change in the terminal in Busan, Korea from PNIT to PNC.

The first voyage under this new setup will be MV Maersk Lima 122E / 128W with an Estimated Time of Arrival in Busan on July 14, 2021.

For your reference, we have included below the new port rotation the ASE service:

Service AS2 – Asia to East Coast South America (Loop 2)
Please note that Port Kelang, Malaysia will no longer be part of the rotation in this service. However, you will still be able to place your bookings to your preferred locations in the East Coast of South America, which will be served via transshipments.

The first voyage under this new setup is MSC Desiree FI117R with an Estimated Time of Arrival in Busan on June 18, 2021.

For your reference, we have included below the new port rotation for the AS2 service:

If you require more information related to the above changes, please visit the Online Business Suite in the Hapag-Lloyd website. As an alternative, please contact our customer service team at your location who will be happy to guide you based on your individual situation.

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