Maersk Ensures Minimal Disruption To Supply Chain By Offering Alternative Routings

Ships and communication network concept. maritime traffic.

Due to the forecasted global demand reductions, Maersk is looking to balance the network accordingly.

Our primary focus remains to minimize the impact on our customers by ensuring minimal disruption to their supply chain by offering alternative routings and coverage for the affected vessel position, It is said in MAERSK.

Kindly find a summary of the void sailing below.

Week Trade Service Vessel/Voyage First Load Port/ ETD Last Load Port/ ETD
14 FEA – AUS Dragon GSL MELITA / 314S Qingdao / 06 Apr Yantian / 16 Apr
18 AUS – FEA Dragon GSL MELITA / 318N Sydney/ 02 May Brisbane/ 11 May


Contingency plan as follows:

  • Sydney/ Melbourne imports will be connected with the next Dragon sailing ARIES /315S.
  • Brisbane imports will be carried to Hong Kong & connect with J Star GRASMERE MAERSK /314S.
  • All exports to GCA will be transferred to the next Dragon sailing ARIES /319N.
  • Melbourne exports to non-GCA areas will be transferred to the Greater Australia Connect service CMA CGM MELISANDE / 318N.
  • Brisbane & Sydney exports to non-GCA areas will be transferred to the Eastern Australia Connect service GSL CHRISTEL ELISABETH /320N.

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Source: MAERSK


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