THE Alliance alters Transpacific-North West Coast network

THE Alliance alters Transpacific-North West Coast network

THE Alliance has announced it will alter the Asia to Transpacific-North West Coast network due to the current market situation.

The update will see the temporary suspension of the PN3 service, while enhancing the existing PN2 service as of week 41 until further notice.

According to THE Alliance, the following change intends to ensure that customers continue to receive a comprehensive and frequent service coverage.

READ: Blank sailings decay: THE Alliance skips 36 per cent of voyages

PN2: Enhanced service with added port call and rotation change:

Singapore – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – Haiphong – Yantian – Yangshan (new)  – Pusan (new)  – Vancouver – Tacoma – Tokyo – Kobe – Kaohsiung (new) – Hong Kong (new) – Singapore

PN3: To be suspended until further notice

The effective sailings of the change will be from 12 October at Singapore for PN2, and 8 October at Hong Kong for PN3. 

In December 2022, THE Alliance reconfigured its network to include larger vessels.

More recently, THE Alliance announced that it will make changes to the Asia to Transpacific-West Coast Network by temporarily suspending the PS5 service.

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