G6 Alliance Inaugurates its South China Service SC1 and SC2
Today, 8th May, the G6 alliance’s “new” Transpacific South China 1 (SC1) service starts its first voyage. The vessel APL PARIS inaugurates the route starting from Xiamen. In total the service deploys 6 vessels on a weekly frequency and it has an average weekly service capacity of 10,660 TEU at the end of May. APL operates the service and the G6 members are taking slots on the service.
On 11th May the South China 2 (SC2) service will be officially inaugurated. It will be operated by OOCL and again the other G6 alliance members will take slots on the service. SC2 will also deploy a total of 6 vessels on a weekly frequency and will have an average weekly service capacity of 8,600 TEU by the end of May.
The G6 alliance’s Transpacific SE2 and SE3 services were freshly inaugurated on 6th May while the SE1 service also saw its first voyage today, 8th May. (see related news: G6 Alliance Launches its Transpacific South East Asia Services)
SC1: Xiamen - Chiwan (Shenzhen) - Yantian (Shenzhen) - Los Angeles - Oakland - Kaohsiung - Xiamen
SC2: Dachan Bay (Shenzhen) - Hong Kong - Yantian (Shenzhen) - Kaohsiung - Long Beach - Kaohsiung - Xiamen - Hong Kong - Dachan Bay