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​G6 Alliance Launches its Transpacific South East Asia Services

May 7, 2014 at 10:35 by FleetMon Container Liner News in Container Shipping

The New Transpacific South East Asia SE2 and SE3 services of the G6 alliance have been officially launched as of yesterday 6th May. MOL operates the SE2 service while the other G6 members take slots on the service. The vessel MOL MAJESTY inaugurated the service, which deploys 7 vessels on a weekly frequency and a 49 day-rotation. It has an average weekly service capacity of 7,500 TEU.

The SE3 service is jointly operated by NYK (SE3) and Hanjin (PSG) and was formerly known as NYK’s SGX service. The service deploys 12 vessels on a weekly frequency and an 84 day- rotation. It has an average weekly service capacity of 6,550 TEU and the G6 members as well as PIL (SE3), Emirates Shipping (FGX), CSAV (GALEX 2) and MAERSK (Laem Chabang -Yantian only) take slots on the service.

Tomorrow on 8th May the SE1 service will be inaugurated by the vessel APL HONG KONG. APL operates the service, which deploys 8 vessels on a weekly frequency and a 56 day-rotation. It has an average weekly service capacity of 6,000 TEU. The other G6 Members are slot partners on the service, however only Hapag Lloyd and APL offer the whole port rotation.

SE2: Laem Chabang - Vung Tau - Hong Kong - Los Angeles - Oakland - Hong Kong - Laem Cha- bang

SE3: Jebel Ali - Dammam - Bahrain - Port Kelang - Singapore - Laem Chabang - Yantian (Shenzhen) - Los Angeles - Oakland - Busan - Shanghai - Ningbo - Yantian (Shenzhen) - Singapore - Jebel Ali

SE1: Singapore - Chiwan (Shenzhen) - Kaohsiung - Los Angeles - Manzanillo (Mex)* - Lazaro Cardenas* - Yokohama - Kaohsiung – Singapore

​G6 Alliance Launches its Transpacific South East Asia Services

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