Quick look!Shipping company’s latest Asian export sailing plan changes!

2022-06-13 0 By

Since the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, a series of sanctions imposed by some countries on Russia, coupled with the recent outbreak control measures at key Chinese ports, have had a ripple effect in the global supply chain.Shipping company’s recent business adjustment is frequent, enterprises with import and export needs must pay immediate attention to make a good plan in advance.Maersk Far East Asia to Europe route AE7- change due to network high uncertainty and significant delays, while transshipment hub restrictions and stringent checks have affected the readiness of Asian exports.In order to adjust the network deployment across the market and improve the visibility of the schedule – Maersk has adjusted the following schedule: Asia to North America Itineraries Changed itineraries The Asia-North America network continues to accumulate delays due to terminal congestion and ship accidents.In addition to the changes to Asia to North America sailings announced during the voyage, Maersk will further adjust the following sailings to match actual weeks of departure and provide better schedule reliability.MSC regarding NEW WALLABY and PANDA service Changes Please note that MSC will soon cease operating the NEW WALLABY service.The last southbound voyage will be in week 17, with Christa Schulte departing Qingdao on 29 April (voyage 216S) and her last northbound call to Sydney on 22 May (voyage 220N).In addition, MSC will also update PANDA’s rotation service with an additional port call in Qingdao, China, and MSC will operate the updated service independently.In the current rotation, the last southbound voyage will be JPO Water Bottle (voyage KQ217A) in Shanghai and the last northbound voyage will depart from Melbourne on 20 May (voyage KQ219R).Asia to US and Canada Network changes Due to current challenging market conditions affecting port activity and resulting congestion throughout the supply chain, MSC plans to adjust the sailing schedule of its Asia to US and Canada network to match actual departure dates from Asia.As a result, we will be modifying the voyage numbers for the following services to provide better schedule reliability.Details of the adjustments are below and you can continue to book as usual as we arrange contingency plans with alternative services.Asia to the EAST Coast of the United States. Asia to the West Coast of the United States and Canada.Some ships are lining up for berths, some are diverting and jumping ports.Some freight forwarders said they would consider booking alternative ports such as Ningbo port to ensure transport.In fact, some business has been moved to Ningbo.After the recent controls, the market is expected to see a surge in demand similar to 2020/21, which will put some upward pressure on rates and slots in late April and early May, the industry predicted.