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    145.300
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  • OTVI.USA
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    142.650
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    0.060
    2.4%
  • TSTOPVRPM.CHIATL
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    12.3%
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    1.360
    -0.040
    -2.9%
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    2.910
    0.180
    6.6%
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MAERSK SEALAND ADDS BRISBANE TO ASIA/NEW ZEALAND SERVICE

MAERSK SEALAND ADDS BRISBANE TO ASIA/NEW ZEALAND SERVICE

   Maersk Sealand is adding the Australian port of Brisbane to its two fortnightly Asia/New Zealand services. The first call at the port will be made by “Nora Maersk” on Feb. 5.

   The two fortnightly loops each use two 2,226-TEU vessels and have a port rotation of:

   Loop 1: Tanjung Pelepas, Auckland, Tauranga, Napier, Timaru, Nelson, New Plymouth and Tanjung Pelepas.

   Loop 2: Tanjung Pelepas, Auckland, Tauranga, Napier, Lyttelton, Port Chalmers and Tanjung Pelepas.

   Maersk Sealand’s fortnightly U.S./Australia/New Zealand Oceania service also connects Brisbane with New Zealand. According to a statement from Maersk Sealand, cargo from New Zealand destined for Japan and Korea will be transshipped via Brisbane, aimed at improving transit times for New Zealand shippers to those markets.

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