CMA CGM continues blank sailings on congested EUROSAL service

Le Havre, France - July 29, 2021: Gantry cranes unloading containership with containers in the port of Le Havre, Normandy

CMA CGM will continue to suspend Le Havre and Puerto Angamos calls on its EUROSAL service as shipping bottlenecks roll on.

In a 7 July update, the French carrier noted that the EUROSAL service will extend the suspension of Le Havre and Puerto Angamos calls until end of December 2022.

“We previously announced the suspension of Le Havre and Puerto Angamos calls till end of September 2022 on EUROSAL service connecting North Europe with West Coast South America & the Caribbean,” CMA CGM wrote.

“Unfortunately, the situation has not improved in North Europe terminals.”

First vessel to call Le Havre will be m/v “CMA CGM Arkansas” ETA Le Havre on 5 January 2023.

First vessel to call Puerto Angamos will be m/v “Callao Express” ETA Puerto Angamos on 2 January 2023.

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Rotation remains as follows:

Rotterdam – London Gateway – Hamburg – Antwerp – Caucedo – Cartagena – Manzanillo – Buenaventura – Posorja – Callao – San Antonio – Callao – Posorja – Manzanillo – Cartagena – Caucedo – Rotterdam.

Coverage of Le Havre import/export will still be offered in transshipment in Antwerp.

For Puerto Angamos import/export, CMA CGM has no alternative service/routing.

In June CMA CGM suspended its calls to the Ports of Guanta and El Guamache on its Veneziola Shuttle service.

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