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At a time of rising cargo volume in THE United States (Los Angeles and Long Beach ports: Peak season has arrived early), following THE Alliance’s announcement of the resumption of two trans-Pacific routes suspended for nearly half a year (THE Alliance has aggressively entered the trans-Pacific route), Maersk also announced that it will improve its Asia-US East Coast service network by restarting TP20 routes.

The extension of some routes from Asia to the East Coast of the United States due to the Red #Sea crisis, coupled with the uncertainty of labor contract negotiations on the East Coast, and the expiration of the existing agreement between the International Longshoremen’s Association and the American Maritime Union on September 30, these factors together indicate that the peak season may come earlier this year. As a result, Maersk relaunched the TP20 service with the aim of meeting the growth in market demand and responding to potential industry changes.

As a standalone service, TP20 will offer stable weekly departure times and competitive transit times, Maersk said in a statement.

The calling ports of #Maersk TP20 route are #Qingdao – #Shanghai – #Yantian – #Panama Canal – #Newark – Baltimore – Houston – Panama Canal. It will make its maiden voyage on April 21 by the Maersk Wallis in Qingdao Port.

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