Ocean Network Express announces redesigned Transpacific service for 2025

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Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced its reconfigured Transpacific service starting from February 2025, in order to give customers with long-term contracts advance visibility of the changes.  The redesign is intended to ensure optimum customer service after Hapag-Lloyd leaves The Alliance (THEA) next year to team with Maersk in a new Geminin alliance.

Jeremy Nixon, CEO of ONE said: “Following the long-term partnership with HMM and YML within THEA scope on the Pacific, and the addition of the already announced ONE independent WIN and AP1 services from April 2024, ONE will deploy 16 core weekly services on the Trans-Pacific trade from February 2025.

“The emphasis will be on quality end-to-end direct services with high schedule reliability. The core products will include sufficient sea speed buffers and are designed so that the impact of Hapag’s departure in 2025 will have a minimal impact on ONE’s network and customers over the post-CNY (Chinese New Year) disengagement period.”

The Transpacific product will consist of 16 main services as follows:

Asia – US West Coast South

FP1 (Far East – Pacific 1)

From Europe – Singapore – Kobe – Nagoya – Tokyo – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Tokyo – Shimizu – Kobe – Nagoya – Tokyo – Singapore – To Europe

PS3 (Pacific South 3)

Nhava Sheva – Pipavav – Colombo – Port Kelang – Singapore – Cai Mep – Haiphong – Yantian – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Tokyo – Pusan – Shanghai (Waigaoqiao) – Ningbo – Shekou – Singapore – Port Kelang – Nhava Sheva

PS4 (Pacific South 4)

Xiamen – Yantian – Kaohsiung – Keelung – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Keelung – Kaohsiung – Xiamen

PS6 (Pacific South 6)

Qingdao – Ningbo – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Kobe – Qingdao

PS7 (Pacific South 7)

Singapore – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – Shanghai (Yangshan) – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Shanghai (Yangshan) – Singapore

PS8 (Pacific South 8)

Shanghai (Yangshan) – Ningbo – Kwangyang – Pusan – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Pusan – Kwangyang – Incheon – Shanghai (Yangshan)

AP1 (Asia Pacific 1)

Haiphong – Cai Mep – Shekou – Xiamen – Taipei – Ningbo – Shanghai (Yangshan) – Los Angeles/Long Beach – Oakland – Shekou – Haiphong

AHX (Asia Hawaii Express)

Pusan – Yokohama – Honolulu – Pusan

 

Asia – US West Coast North

PN1 (Pacific North 1)

Xiamen – Kaohsiung – Ningbo – Nagoya – Tokyo – Tacoma – Vancouver – Tokyo – Kobe – Nagoya – Xiamen

PN2 (Pacific North 2)

Singapore – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – Haiphong – Yantian –Vancouver – Tacoma – Tokyo – Kobe –Shanghai (Yangshan) – Singapore

PN3 (Pacific North 3)

Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai (Yangshan) – Pusan –Vancouver – Tacoma – Pusan – Qingdao

 

Asia – US East Coast

EC1 (US East Coast 1)

Kaohsiung – Yantian – Shanghai (Yangshan) – Ningbo – Pusan – (Panama) – New York – Norfolk – Savannah – (Panama) – Balboa – Kaohsiung

EC2 (US East Coast 2)

Xiamen – Yantian – Ningbo – Shanghai (Yangshan) – Pusan – (Panama) – Manzanillo – Savannah – Charleston – Wilmington – Norfolk – Manzanillo – (Panama) – Pusan – Xiamen

EC5 (US East Coast 5)

Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – Singapore – Colombo – (Suez) – Halifax – New York – Savannah – Jacksonville – Charleston – Norfolk – New York – Halifax – (Suez) – Singapore – Laem Chabang

EC6 (US East Coast 6)

Kaohsiung – Hong Kong – Yantian – Ningbo – Shanghai (Yangshan) – Pusan – (Panama) – Houston – Mobile – (Panama) – Rodman – Kaohsiung

WIN (West India North America)

Bin Qasim – Hazira – Nhava Sheva – Mundra – Damietta – Algeciras – New York – Savannah – Jacksonville – Charleston – Norfolk – Damietta – Jeddah – Bin Qasim

 

 

 

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