The Alliance Confirms Sailings

by | Feb 16, 2017

 

The Alliance consortium has announced its schedule for their westbound loops from Asia to Europe this week, with the first sailing commencing on the 3rd of April.

The Alliance includes the shipping lines Hapag Lloyd, K Line, MOL, NYK and Yang Ming and will be offering 5 loops to the UK arriving at the ports of Southampton and London Gateway.

The Loops are as follows:

FE1 – First Sailing from Kobe April 7th. Calling at Kobe, Nagoya , Shimizu, Tokyo, Singapore, Jeddah, Rotterdam, Hamburg Southampton, Le Havre , Singapore, Kobe.

FE2 – First Sailing from Tianjin April 4th. Calling at Tianjin, Dalian, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Algeciras, Southampton, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Le Havre, Algeciras, Jebel Ali, Hong Kong, Qingdao, Tianjin.

FE3 – First Sailing from Hong Kong April 8th. Calling at Hong Kong, Xiamen, Kaohsiung, Yantian, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Antwerp, London Gateway, Piraeus, Singapore, Hong Kong.

FE4 – First Sailing from Busan April 9th. Calling at Busan, Ningbo, Shanghai, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Antwerp, Southampton, Shekou, Yantian, Busan.

FE5 – First Sailing from Laem Chabang April 3rd. Calling at Laem Chabang, Cai Mep, Singapore, Colombo, Rotterdam, Hamburg, London Gateway, Antwerp, Jeddah, Colombo, Singapore, Laem Chabang.

From April 2017 most of the major lines will be reorganised into 3 consortiums, namely ‘The Alliance’, the ‘2m Alliance’ and the ‘Ocean Alliance’. For further information on which lines represent which alliance, please view our Shipping Line Alliances infographic here.

 

 

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