Maersk updates Sakura Service

Maersk updates its Sakura Service

A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) has decided to change the port rotation of its Sakura Service to improve the client experience.

The network modification seeks to improve import and export demands of the Japan market while ensuring a secure connection to the essential core services in Shanghai, resulting in a more efficient and dependable service.

READ: Maersk adjusts services amid Panama Canal water woes

According to the company, the new Sakura Service will run Shanghai (Eastbound) – Kobe – Nagoya – Yokohama – Shanghai (Westbound) on 24 February 2024.

The new rotation will take effect with the sailing of the Maersk Baltimore.

This month, Hapag-Lloyd AG and Maersk signed an agreement for a new long-term operational partnership.

Additionally, the Danish giant just broke ground on its planned Cold Store facility in Mehsana, Gujarat, in western India.

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