Maersk Line Revises Trans-Pacific Network

31 August 2009 (Last Updated August 31st, 2009 18:30)

Maersk Line has announced more changes to its trans-Pacific network in anticipation of weak demand during the upcoming slack season. The company is planning to temporarily suspend the Trans-Pacific 10 (TP10) service and revise its Trans-Pacific 7 and Trans-Pacific 3 (TP3) services.

Maersk Line has announced more changes to its trans-Pacific network in anticipation of weak demand during the upcoming slack season.

The company is planning to temporarily suspend the Trans-Pacific 10 (TP10) service and revise its Trans-Pacific 7 and Trans-Pacific 3 (TP3) services.

The final TP10 eastbound departure will be from Busan, South Korea, on 4 October, with the last westbound call from Miami, US, scheduled for 31 October, the company said.

The TP3 service will include an eastbound port call at Ningbo, China, as a replacement to the service previously offered as a part of the TP10.