The new ECX Service is planned to commence on September 27, 2017 in Rotterdam, Netherlands with the southbound departure of M/V “TBN” – voyage 701S.

The new ECX Service, covering the major markets in North Europe and East Coast South America, will be a weekly service with fixed scheduled arrivals and departures. Hapag-Lloyd will become a major vessel provider in this trade and will operate four out of nine modern and homogeneous vessels with a capacity of approx. 9,000 TEU and 1,325 reefer plugs each.

The new rotation of the service will be as follows:

The market coverage offered by the new ECX Service will be amongst the best in this trade, with mainly direct connections and highly competitive transit times in both directions.

Source: Hapag Lloyd
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