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CMA CGM Adds Two Calls in Asia-Gulf of Mexico Service

The ocean container carrier CMA CGM has added two calls to its PEX3 service between Asia and the Gulf of Mexico. The upgrade was scheduled to take effect on May 20. According to the carrier, it allows for wider port coverage between Asia and the U.S. Gulf Coast, where CMA CGM claims to be the only company to call directly. Other benefits include extended service from North China via the Pusan transshipment hub, and an additional exit port for U.S. exporters with access to the CMA CGM Group's Middle East and Far East destinations. The additional calls at Pusan and Mobile, Ala. offer improved coverage for customers in Southeast Asia; southern, central and northern China, and South Korea. The new PEX3 rotation will be Singapore, Hong Kong, Chiwan, Shanghai, Pusan, Panama Canal, Manzanillo, Houston, Mobile, Miami, Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston, Tangiers, Jebel Ali and Singapore.

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The ocean container carrier CMA CGM has added two calls to its PEX3 service between Asia and the Gulf of Mexico. The upgrade was scheduled to take effect on May 20. According to the carrier, it allows for wider port coverage between Asia and the U.S. Gulf Coast, where CMA CGM claims to be the only company to call directly. Other benefits include extended service from North China via the Pusan transshipment hub, and an additional exit port for U.S. exporters with access to the CMA CGM Group's Middle East and Far East destinations. The additional calls at Pusan and Mobile, Ala. offer improved coverage for customers in Southeast Asia; southern, central and northern China, and South Korea. The new PEX3 rotation will be Singapore, Hong Kong, Chiwan, Shanghai, Pusan, Panama Canal, Manzanillo, Houston, Mobile, Miami, Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston, Tangiers, Jebel Ali and Singapore.

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