K Line and NYK Reorganize their Japan – Indonesia – Philippines Service
The two Asian container liners K Line and NYK change the port rotation of their jointly operated JASECO5 and PEGASUS2 service. With the new port rotation, the former port calls in Indonesia are replaced by a new call in Taiwan.
Besides this adjustment, the two liners also changed the port rotation of their Japan-Singapore-Jakarta service. For more information, please see our related article Hapag-Lloyd starts taking slots on K lines and NYK Japan-Singapore-Jakarta Service.
The new port rotation will be effective by March 17th, with CALICANTO BRIDGE being the first vessel to sail the new route. The liners continue to deploy 4 vessels on this weekly service. As of March, the average weekly capacity is 2,600 TEU.
JASECO5/PEGASUS2: Osaka - Yokkaichi - Nagoya - Shimizu - Tokyo - Yokohama - Kobe - Manila - Ho Chi Minh City - Singapore - Manila - Osaka