CMA CGM adjusts East Mediterranean, Malta and Libya routes

CMA CGM adjusts East Mediterranean, Malta & Libya service

CMA CGM has announced that it is reshuffling its services linking East Mediterranean, Malta and Libya.

The new TULYB structure will target the markets of Turkey, Greece/Piraeus, Cyprus, Egypt, and Libya.

The new GTL structure will serve the markets of Greece/Thessaloniki, Cyprus, Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, and Libya.

READ: CMA CGM revises Levant Express route amid Iskenderun congestion

All POL/POD will be covered, and all corridors will be given in direct via TULYB, GTL, and EMED2 (only for the Beirut – Limassol leg).

These updated weekly services (beginning ex Aliaga on 7 November and ex Thessaloniki on 10 November) were adjusted to maintain sustainable marine bridges across the East Med area and Libya, reported the company, as well as offer international connectivity through its regional hubs in Beirut, Alexandria, and Malta.

According to CMA CGM, TULYB fleet will contain three vessels with a capacity of 1,300 TEU.

The weekly port rotation commencing on 7 November will be as follows:

Aliaga / Gemlik / Gebze / Ambarli / Piraeus / Limassol / Alexandria Old Port / Misurata / Aliaga

READ: CMA CGM amends Low Water Surcharge

CMA CGM’s GTL route will have four vessels with a total capacity of 1,100 TEU.

The weekly port rotation will begin on 10 November, with the following route:


In September, CMA CGM announced an update to its Asea Kenya service in an attempt to improve reliable customer service.

More recently, CMA CGM officially renamed the two terminals in New York and New Jersey, which it purchased from Global Container Terminals (GCT) earlier this year.

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