•  

​Maersk Modifies its Baltic Feeder Network

May 7, 2014 at 10:44 by FleetMon Container Liner News in Container Shipping

Maersk makes some major modifications to its Baltic Feeder network. The Danish carrier closes a total of 4 Baltic Feeder services as listed below. A Gdansk centric 3 wing butterfly service will replace one of the Feeder services and ensure a connection of the Baltic ports to Maersk’s global network via the port of Gdansk which is called by Maersk’s AE10 service. The Gdansk centric 3 wing butterfly service deploys the three 1,680 TEU vessels BOMAR VALOUR, BOMAR VICTORY and BOMAR VANQUISH and sails on a weekly frequency.

Furthermore the Maersk subsidiary Seago Line launches a new service that provides a direct line from United Kingdom to Russia. This service runs on a weekly frequency and deploys 2 vessels of 1,400 TEU capacity. The service was inaugurated by the vessel WYBELSUM on 3rd May.

1.(Closed) Baltic Feeder: Kiel Canal (way point) - Bremerhaven - Kiel Canal (way point) - St Pe- tersburg - Kotka - Kiel Canal

2.(Closed) Baltic Feeder: Bremerhaven - Kiel Canal (way point) - St Petersburg - Rauma - Kiel Canal (way point) - Bremerhaven - Kiel Canal (way point) - St Petersburg - Rauma - Kiel Canal (way point) - Bremerhaven

3.(Closed) Baltic Feeder: Bremerhaven - Wilhelmshaven - Aarhus - Gdansk - St Petersburg - Gdansk - Tallinn - Klaipeda - Gdansk - Kotka – Bremerhaven

4.(Closed) Intra Baltic: Ust-Luga - Riga - Gdansk - Ust-Luga.

Baltic Feeder Gdansk Centric: Ust-Luga - Riga - Gdansk - Tallinn - Klaipeda - Gdansk - Kaliningrad - Gdansk - Ust-Luga

UK – Russia: South Shields - Bremerhaven - Kiel Canal (way point) - St Petersburg - Rauma - South Shields

​Maersk Modifies its Baltic Feeder Network

Instant Search

Please enter three more characters.

Vessels See all 0 vessels

  Name   IMO MMSI Callsign Length Location  
No vessels found

Ports 0 found

  Name Vessels moored Country LOCODE Size
No ports found