HONG Kong's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL),
now a Cosco unit, has made changes to its Pacific West Coast (PCN1) and
Vietnam China South (VCS) services on the Trans-Pacific trade, which
came into effect two days ago.
On its Pacific China North 1 (PCN1)
service, OOCL said that "to ensure sustainable and quality services, the
new PCN1 will call Seattle instead of Oakland".
The new PCN1 port rotation: Tianjin, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Long Beach, Seattle, Prince Rupert and returning to Tianjin.
The effective sailing for the new PCN1 will be on March 7, ETA Tianjin, the company said.
On its Vietnam China South (VCS), OOCL noted that "to enhance our
service coverage, the new VCS will link with our India subcontinent
services to include connections to Thailand and Vietnam".
The new VCS port rotation: Nhava Sheva, Karachi, Colombo, Laem Chabang,
Cai Mep, Haiphong, Nansha, Hong Kong, Yantian, Long Beach, Oakland,
Lianyungang, Shanghai, Ningbo, Shekou, Nansha, Singapore, Port Kelang
and returning to Nhava Sheva.
The effective sailing for the new VCS will be on March 7, ETA Cai Mep.