Transpacific Network Service Updates
US Pacific Northwest
Dear Valued Customer,
We are reaching out to you to inform you of changes to our Transpacific – US Pacific Northwest services. Due to rising costs and overcapacity in the market, we have made adjustments to our TP2, TP8 and TP9 services. Our existing TP1 service, serving Vancouver and Seattle, will be removed from our product offering.
Please find the updated service rotations:
- First port of call changed to Vancouver
- Second port of call changed to Seattle and removal of Prince Rupert
- Addition of Yokohama, Kaohsiung and Xiamen
- Removal of Nansha from rotation
- Westbound rotation to maintain direct coverage of Yokohama and Kaohsiung
The first effective sailing will depart from Kaohsiung the week of August 20-26.
TP9 Eastbound: Kaohsiung > Xiamen > Yantian > Ningbo > Shanghai > Busan > Vancouver > Seattle
TP9 Westbound: Vancouver > Seattle > Yokohama > Busan > Kaohsiung > Xiamen > Yantian > Ningbo > Shanghai
- Addition of Prince Rupert
- Addition of Shanghai
- Removal of Ningbo
The first effective sailing will depart from Xingang on the week of August 20-26.
TP8 Eastbound: Xingang > Qingdao > Shanghai > Busan > Yokohama > Prince Rupert > Long Beach > Oakland
TP8 Westbound: Prince Rupert > Long Beach > Oakland > Xingang > Qingdao > Shanghai > Busan > Yokohama
- Addition of Ningbo
- Removal of Shekou
The first effective sailing will depart from Singapore on the week of August 20-26.
TP2 Eastbound: Singapore > Vung Tau > Yantian > Ningbo > Shanghai > Long Beach > Oakland
TP2 Westbound: Long Beach > Oakland > Busan > Shanghai > Ningbo > Chiwan > Singapore
We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for doing business with us. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to your local sales or customer service representative. You will find contact details of our local offices on maerskline.com.
Your Maersk Line North America Team