CMA CGM upgrades Indian Subcontinent – US East Coast service

CMA CGM upgrades Indian Subcontinent - US East Coast service

CMA CGM has relaunched the INDAMEX shipping line to accommodate increased demand between the Indian subcontinent and/or all major US East Coast destinations.

According to CMA CGM, the relaunch of INDAMEX entails:

  • Weekly fixed-day sailings with 8,500-TEU vessels will depart from ISC to USEC (starting 15 August).
  • Using both ex/in India (Nhava Sheva) and US (New York) CMA Terminals dedicated assets with dedicated windows (berth on arrival, full priority 52 weeks per year).
  • This unprecedented move will keep CMA CGM capacity on a high-demand route.
  • CMA CGM tailors its service offerings to assist in reducing supply chain stresses.

READ: CMA CGM starts India West Coast-Middle East service

The INDAMEX will have a roundtrip rotation every 77 days via the Cape of Good Hope between Port Qasim, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, New York, Norfolk, Savannah, Charleston, and back to ISC.

The service will launch on 15 August from Port Qasim with the m/v APL Southampton.

The launch of this new service highlights CMA CGM’s capacity to quickly adjust its offers to suit client demand and assist them in managing their supply chains in the face of interruptions on important maritime routes.

In May, CMA CGM introduced a new weekly service devoted to West Coast Central America.

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