New Europe-Australia Service

by | Mar 12, 2019

A new service connecting northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Australia and South-east Asia, is being collectively launched by Ocean Alliance member CMA CGM and the 2M’s MSC.

Set to launch in September, the partnership will see the carriers upgrade their respective Nemo and Australia Express services with the deployment of significantly larger tonnage.

It has been reported that the service would use 14 vessels of 9,500 teu and will compose of a port rotation of London Gateway-Rotterdam-Hamburg-Antwerp-Le Havre-Fos-La Spezia-Genoa-Gioia Tauro-Pointe des Galets-Port Louis-Sydney-Melbourne-Adelaide-Fremantle-Singapore-Colombo-Valencia-Sines-London Gateway.

The service will see a significant capacity upgrade, especially in Melbourne, where currently the largest vessels to call at the port are 8,000-8,900 teu.

UniOcean Lines are operating numerous vessel loops from China, including our Trans Pacific, Northern Europe, Australasia and Inter Asian services.

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