ZIM Announces Restructuring of its Oceania Trade Services

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ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. has announced restructuring its existing services to Oceania (CAX, TFX and N2A) to upgrade the service levels to its customers. The changes will take place in October 2023 as follows:

ZAX – Northeast Asia – Australia

ZIM will replace its existing CAX service with the new service below:

Rotation: Pusan – Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – Hong Kong – Yantian – Nansha – Brisbane – Melbourne – Sydney – Brisbane – Pusan

Southeast Asia – Australia and New Zealand

ZIM will replace its existing TFX and N2A services, respectively, with the new services below:

ZAO – ZIM Asia Oceania

Rotation Laem Chabang – Singapore – Tanjung Pelapas – Singapore – Jakarta – Brisbane – Sydney – Auckland – Lyttelton – Port Chalmers – Brisbane – Tanjung Pelepas – Singapore – Laem Chabang

ZOX – ZIM Oceania Express

Rotation Singapore – Jakarta – Fremantle – Melbourne – Napier – Tauranga – Brisbane – Tanjung Pelepas – Singapore

Danny Hoffman, ZIM EVP Intra-Asia, said: “Our current Oceania services network will be restructured, in cooperation with MSC, to enhance reliability and strengthen our customer offerings. We are embarking on an exciting new phase in our Australia Service, elevating the services provided.”

The collaboration with MSC is subject to applicable regulatory approvals.

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