331 Containerships Deployed as Part of Ocean Alliance Day Two Product

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CMA CGM Group, a world leader in maritime transport, announced the start of the Ocean Alliance Day Two Product. Based on the success of Ocean Alliance, the Ocean Alliance Day Two Product strengthens CMA CGM’s service offering by providing even better services and upgrades to the Group’s customers.

The Ocean Alliance Day Two Product has a carrying capacity of around 3.1 million TEUs (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit) with 331 containerships deployed on 41 services. CMA CGM will continue to play a major role within the alliance, deploying a fleet of 121 ships.

The evolution of Ocean Alliance highlights the commitment of its members to optimise their offering by adding new services to serve customers even better:

  • 20 Transpacific services, 4 Transatlantic services, 6 Asia-North Europe services, 4 Asia-Mediterranean services, 5 Asia-Middle East Gulf services, 2 Asia-Red Sea services;
  • on the Transatlantic trade, the new offering provides an increased coverage of the East Coast of the United States with a new service: Independence Bridge;
  • offers a direct service from North China & South Korea to the Red Sea;
  • continues to optimize and upgrade its offering with additional ports of call.

CMA CGM customers will be able to enjoy the new range of products and services developed by the Group as part of its Customer Centricity strategy:

  • SERENITY By CMA CGM: a new set of products aimed at offering simpler, faster and customised solutions to secure customers’ business. SERENITY allows customers to manage supply chain risk more efficiently and at a lower cost. With Cargo Value Serenity, the first product launched in this new range, CMA CGM covers any kind of cargo incident no matter who is responsible,
  • REEFLEX: a brand new container technology that enables the refrigerated carriage of liquids. This is the most efficient and cost-effective transportation mode for beverages, semi-finished or even raw material,
  • Online payment: already available in the USA via the e-commerce platform, allows customers to complete a full transaction, from booking to payment, using the eBusiness portal,
  • inland tariffs: a new tool to search for the best tariffs and intermodal solutions.

An additional intermodal and logistics offer proposed by CMA CGM and its subsidiaries

In addition to the 41 maritime services, CMA CGM and its subsidiaries offer their customers a unique offer of land solutions and logistics in each of the countries involved. This offer which includes road, rail and inland waterway options represents a complete solution that integrates the whole supply chain allowing door-to-door offers.

On the occasion of the launch of the Ocean Alliance Day Two Product, Olivier Nivoix, Senior Vice President Ocean Alliance Lines, stated, “Since its launch last year,Ocean Alliance has been a great success from a customer perspective. We are pleased to start this new chapter with our Day Two Product, which perfectly illustrates our customer centric strategy. By improving our services and offering our range of new added-value solutions, we continue to go beyond regular business relations with our customers by offering them an experience that meets their needs and expectations in order to build with them the shipping of tomorrow.

OCEAN ALLIANCE DAY 2 PRODUCT: 7 trades, 41 services

 Asia – North America West Coast: 13 weekly loops, 80 vessels, 97 weekly calls in 30 ports

Asia – North America Pacific South West

PRX: Fuqing – Nansha – Hong Kong – Yantian – Xiamen – Los Angeles – Oakland – Fuqing

BOHAI: Dalian – Tianjin – Qingdao – Shanghai – Prince Rupert – Long Beach – Oakland – Dalian

JAX: Port Kelang – Singapore – Jakarta – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – Los Angeles – Oakland – Hong Kong –Cai Mep – Singapore – Port Kelang – Colombo *pendulum loop with Columbus Suez*

HRX: Lianyungang – Shanghai – Ningbo – Long Beach – Seattle – Lianyungang

HBB: Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – Los Angeles – Oakland – Tokyo – Qingdao

SCS: Kaohsiung –Cai Mep – Shekou – Hong Kong – Yantian – Kaohsiung – Long Beach –Kaohsiung

GEX: Taipei – Xiamen – Shekou – Yantian – Los Angeles – Oakland – Taipei

JDX: Yantian – Hong Kong – Kaohsiung – Taipei – Los Angeles – Oakland – Tacoma – Kaohsiung –Yantian

HIX: Ningbo – Shanghai – Busan – Long Beach – Busan – Ningbo

 

Asia – North America Pacific North West

COLUMBUS PNW: Yantian – Xiamen – Ningbo – Shanghai – Busan – Seattle – Vancouver – Yantian

TPX: Singapore – Cai Mep – Hong Kong – Yantian – Ningbo – Shanghai – Prince Rupert – Vancouver – Shanghai – Ningbo – Nansha – Singapore*pendulum loop with CIMEX 7

NWX: Yantian – Kaohsiung – Shanghai – Ningbo – Tacoma – Vancouver – Tokyo – Osaka – Qingdao – Yantian

DAS: Shekou – Hong Kong – Yantian – Kaohsiung – Vancouver – Seattle – Busan – Kaohsiung – Shekou

 

Asia – North America U.S. East Coast: 7 weekly loops, 72 vessels, 65 weekly calls in 29 ports

MANHATTAN BRIDGE: Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Busan – PANAMA Canal – New York – Norfolk – Savannah – Qingdao

SAX: Xiamen – Hong Kong – Yantian – Shanghai – PANAMA Canal – Colon – New York – Savannah Charleston – Xiamen

COLUMBUS SUEZ: Hong Kong – Cai Mep – Singapore – Port Kelang – Colombo – SUEZ Canal – Halifax – New York – Norfolk – Savannah – Charleston – Port Kelang – Singapore – Jakarta – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep *pendulum loop with JAX*

VESPUCCI: Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Busan – PANAMA Canal – Colon – Savannah – Charleston – Boston – New York – Colon – Qingdao

TWS: Xiamen – Hong Kong – Yantian – Kaohsiung – PANAMA Canal – Colon – Savannah – Baltimore – Norfolk – New York – Xiamen

PEX3: Singapore – Hong Kong – Shekou – Shanghai – Ningbo – Busan – PANAMA Canal – Houston – Mobile – New Orleans – Miami – Jacksonville – Singapore

GMX: Shanghai – Ningbo – Xiamen – Yantian – PANAMA Canal – Houston – Mobile – Shanghai

 

Asia – North Europe: 6 weekly loops, 66 vessels, 81 weekly calls in 33 ports

FAL1: Tianjin – Busan – Ningbo – Shanghai – Yantian – Singapore – SUEZ Canal – Algeciras – Southampton – Dunkirk – Hamburg – Rotterdam – Southampton – Le Havre – SUEZ Canal – Khor Fakkan – Port Kelang – Xiamen – Tianjin

FAL2: Tianjin – Dalian – Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – Singapore – SUEZ Canal – Piraeus – Rotterdam – Hamburg – Antwerp – SUEZ Canal – Shanghai – Tianjin

FAL3: Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Yantian – Cai Mep – Singapore – SUEZ Canal – Le Havre – Rotterdam – Hamburg – Antwerp – Le Havre – Malta – SUEZ Canal – Jeddah – Nansha – Qingdao

FAL5: Shanghai – Ningbo – Xiamen – Yantian – Singapore – SUEZ Canal – Felixstowe – Rotterdam – Gdansk – Wilhelmshaven – Felixstowe – SUEZ Canal – Singapore – Yantian – Shanghai

FAL6: Kaohsiung – Ningbo – Shanghai – Taipei – Yantian – Colombo – SUEZ Canal – Rotterdam – Felixstowe – Hamburg – Rotterdam – SUEZ Canal – Colombo – Kaohsiung

FAL7: Ningbo – Shanghai – Hong Kong – Nansha – Shekou – Tanjung Pelepas – Port Kelang – SUEZ Canal – Piraeus – Antwerp – Hamburg – Rotterdam – Felixstowe – Zeebrugge – Piraeus – SUEZ Canal – Tanjung Pelepas – Singapore – Hong Kong – Ningbo

 

Transatlantic: 4 weekly loops, 22 vessels, 39 weekly calls in 23 ports

AMERIGO: Malta – Salerno – Livorno – Genoa – Fos – Barcelona – Valencia – New York – Norfolk – Savannah – Miami – Algeciras – Malta

LIBERTY BRIDGE: Southampton – Antwerp – Rotterdam – Bremerhaven – Le Havre – New York – Norfolk – Baltimore – Charleston – Southampton

VICTORY BRIDGE: Le Havre – Antwerp – Rotterdam – Bremerhaven – Miami – Veracruz – Altamira – Houston – New Orleans – Le Havre

INDEPENDENCE BRIDGE (New): Southampton – Le Havre – Antwerp – Rotterdam – Bremerhaven – Charleston – Savannah – Miami – New York – Southampton

 

Asia – Middle East Gulf: 5 weekly loops, 33 vessels, 57 weekly calls in 25 ports

CIMEX 1: Tianjin – Dalian – Busan – Shanghai – Ningbo – Shekou – Singapore – Khor Al Fakkan – Jebel Ali – Sohar – Port Kelang –Singapore – Shekou – Tianjin

CIMEX 3: Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – Shekou – Singapore – Jebel Ali – Hamad – Dammam – Jubail – Singapore – Qingdao

CIMEX 5: Lianyungang – Qingdao – Ningbo – Hong Kong – Shekou – Singapore – Jebel Ali – Bahrain – Dammam – Abu Dhabi – Port Kelang – Nansha – Lianyungang

CIMEX 6: Shanghai – Ningbo – Taipei – Shekou – Tanjung Pelepas – Port Kelang – Jebel Ali – Bandar Abbas – Port Kelang – Hong Kong – Shanghai

CIMEX 7: Shanghai – Ningbo – Nansha – Singapore – Jebel Ali – Abu Dhabi – Dammam – Singapore – Cai Mep – Hong Kong – Yantian – Ningbo – Shanghai *Pendulum loop with TPX

 

Asia – Red Sea: 2 weekly loops, 17 vessels, 27 weekly calls in 16 ports

REX 1: Tianjin – Qingdao – Busan –Shanghai – Ningbo – Nansha – Shekou – Tanjung Pelepas – Singapore – Jeddah – Sokhna – Aqaba – Jeddah – Port Kelang – Ningbo – Tianjin

REX 2: Shanghai – Ningbo – Taipei – Xiamen – Shekou – Singapore – Djibouti – Jeddah – Sokhna – Aqaba – Djibouti – Singapore – Shanghai

 

Asia – Mediterranean: 4 weekly loops, 41 vessels, 71 weekly calls in 35 ports

MEX1: Qingdao – Busan – Shanghai – Ningbo – Nansha – Yantian – Singapore – SUEZ Canal – Malta –Valencia – Barcelona – Fos – Genoa – Malta – Beirut – SUEZ Canal – Jeddah – Jebel Ali – Port Kelang – Xiamen – Qingdao

MEX2: Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – Kaohsiung – Hong Kong – Yantian – Singapore – SUEZ Canal – Piraeus – La Spezia – Genoa – Fos – Valencia – Piraeus – SUEZ Canal – Jeddah – Colombo – Singapore – Hong Kong – Qingdao

BEX: Busan – Shanghai – Ningbo – Kaohsiung – Xiamen – Shekou – Singapore – SUEZ Canal – Port Said West – Beirut – Piraeus – Istanbul Evyap (Izmit) – Istanbul Ambarli (Avcilar) – Constanza – Odessa – Istanbul Ambarli (Avcilar) – Mersin – Port Said West – SUEZ Canal – Jeddah – Port Kelang – Busan

PHOEX: Shanghai – Ningbo – Busan – Shekou – Singapore – SUEZ Canal – Port Said East – Malta – Koper – Trieste – Rijeka – Venice – Koper – Malta – Damietta – SUEZ Canal – Jeddah – Port Kelang – Shekou – Shanghai

 Sea News, April 11