Please be advised that the MSC Pamela MA025R will phase out of service in Singapore on 8th July and will be replaced by the Seamax Greenwich.
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Further to our Notice dated 2nd July, please be advised of the following anticipated forward schedule for the delayed Navios Unite V024S/025N.
Due to operational issues, the NAVIOS UNITE V024S/025N is delayed and will be omitting Sydney and Brisbane, however the vessel will maintain its Melbourne call
ANL is pleased to announce the launch of SEAPRIORITY Go. Accessible on ANL’s A3C, A3N, A3S, AAX1, AAX2, KIX and ANZEX trades, SEAPRIORITY Go is now available for FAK tariff (dry cargo) from/to all direct ports called by the above services. SEAPRIORITY Go is also available for FAK reefer tariff bookings ex. Australia.
Please be advised that the OOCL Beijing V081N will be delayed due to a berthing clash with the OOCL Rotterdam on the same service, that has resumed to regular rotation.
Further to our previous Notice we regret to advise that the CMA CGM Rhone MA024R has been further delayed due to poor weather and rough seas on the Australian Coast compounded by the vessel now being off planned berthing windows.
Further to our Notice dated 26th June, please be advised that the OOCL Rotterdam V118S/N will no longer change rotation as initially advised and will revert to its regular rotation and call Sydney prior to Melbourne as the 14 day transit restriction form China has been lifted.
Please be advised that the OOCL Rotterdam V118S/N will change rotation and now call Melbourne prior to Sydney in order to mitigate expected delays due to the 14 day transit requirement form China.
Please be advised that the OOCL Beijing V081S/N will change rotation and now call Melbourne prior to Sydney in order to mitigate expected delays due to the 14 day transit requirement form China.
Please be advised that the Conti Courage V051N will phase out of service in Shanghai on 19th July and will be replaced by the APL Scotland .