Hapag-Lloyd announces new Asia-Latin America West Coast vessel sharing agreement
Hapag-Lloyd says it has reached an agreement with ONE, MSC and HMM to restructure its Asia to West Coast of South America services effective April 1, 2018. The new service offerings will enhance Hapag-Lloyd coverage and provide fast transit times between the major ports in Asia and the West Coast ports of Mexico, Central America and South America, the shipping company said in a media release.
The new three weekly service configuration from April 2018 will be as follows:
East Bound (Asia to Latin America West Coast)
AN1 (ANDEX 1):
Keelung - Hong Kong - Yantian - Ningbo - Shanghai - Busan - Manzanillo - Lazaro Cardenas - Callao - Iquique - Antofagasta/Puerto Angamos - Valparaiso - Coronel - Valparaiso - Keelung
AN2 (ANDEX 2):
Shanghai - Xiamen - Shekou - Hong Kong - Ningbo - Busan - Manzanillo - Lazaro Cardenas - Balboa - Buenaventura - Callao - San Antonio - Coronel - Lirquen - San Antonio - Puerto Angamos - Callao - Lazaro Cardenas - Manzanillo - Yokohama - Busan - Shanghai
Puerto Angamos call on AN2 will be switched to South Bound during the Chilean Reefer Season.
TPM (Asia Mexico Express):
Ningbo - Shanghai - Qingdao - Busan - Yokohama - Ensenada - Manzanillo - Puerto Quetzal - Balboa - Buenaventura - Callao - Guayaquil - Buenaventura - Balboa - Lazaro Cardenas - Manzanillo - Ensenada - Yokohama - Busan - Ningbo
Hapay-Lloyd will inform its clients about the first sailings dates as well as the port terminals once they are being determined and port rotations are still subject to changes.