OOCL: Trans-Pacific Trade Service Update

February 14, 2020

Dear Valued Customer,

In response to the expected low demand in the market, we would like to provide an update to the OOCL February 7 announcement on the withdrawal of the Trans-Pacific sailings and the changes are highlighted in RED below. This Trans-Pacific Trade Service Update supersedes the announcement made on February 7.

Pacific China Central 1 (PCC1)
Port rotation: Ningbo > Shanghai > Long Beach > Pusan > Ningbo
Void sailings from Ningbo on February 1st , February 8th and February 15th

Pacific China Central 2 (PCC2)
Port rotation: Shanghai > Ningbo > Long Beach > Seattle > Lianyungang > Shanghai
Void sailings from Shanghai on February 7th


Pacific Vietnam China South (PVCS)
Port rotation: Cai Mep > Hong Kong > Yantian > Kaoshiung > Long Beach > Kaoshiung > Cai Mep
Void sailing from Cai Mep on February 6th

Pacific China South 1 (PCS1)
Port rotation: Fuqing > Nansha > Hong Kong > Yantian > Xiamen > Los Angeles > Oakland > Fuqing
Void sailings from Fuqing January 26th , February 2nd , and February 23rd

Pacific China South 2 (PCS2)
Port rotation: Taipei > Xiamen > Shekou > Yantian > Los Angeles > Oakland > Taipei
Void sailings from Taipei on January 27th , February 10th and February 17th

Pacific China North 1 (PCN1)
Port rotation: Tianjin > Qingdao > Shanghai > Prince Rupert > Los Angeles > Oakland > Tianjin
Void sailings from Tianjin on February 8th and February 15th

South East Asia Pendulum (SEAP) - PSW
Port rotation: Port Kelang > Singapore > Jakarta > Laem Chabang > Cai Mep > Los Angeles > Oakland > Hong Kong
Void sailing from Port Kelang February 5th
Note: All Port Kelang, Singapore, Laem Chabang and Cai Mep cargoes will be trans-shipped at Xiamen on the same week of PCS1 service

Vietnam China South (VCS)
Port rotation: Cai Mep > Haiphong > Nansha > Hong Kong > Yantian > Long Beach > Yantian > Cai Mep
Void sailings from Cai Mep on January 25th and February 8th


Pacific North West 1 (PNW1)
Port rotation: Shekou > Hong Kong > Yantian > Kaoshiung > Vancouver > Seattle > Pusan > Kaoshiung > Shekou
Void sailings from Shekou on February 1st, February 8th and February 22nd

Pacific North West 2 (PNW2)
Port rotation: Yantian > Xiamen > Ningbo > Shanghai > Pusan > Seattle > Vancouver > Qingdao
Void sailings from Yantian on January 27th, February 3rd and February 10th

Pacific North West 3 (PNW3)
Port rotation: Yantian > Kaoshiung > Shanghai > Ningbo > Tacoma > Vancouver > Tokyo > Osaka > Qingdao > Yantian
Void sailing from Yantian on February 2nd

Pacific North West 4 (PNW4)
Port rotation: Hong Kong > Yantian > Ningbo > Shanghai > Prince Rupert > Vancouver > Hong Kong
Void sailings from Hong Kong on February 4th and February 11th

East Coast Express 1 (ECX1)
Port rotation: Cai Mep > Hong Kong > Yantian > Xiamen > Shanghai > Colon > New York > Savannah > Charleston > Cai Mep
Void sailing from Cai Mep on February 3rd

East Coast Express 2 (ECX2)
Port rotation: Qingdao > Ningbo > Shanghai > Pusan > New York > Norfolk > Savannah > Qingdao
Void sailings from Qingdao on February 2nd and February 9th

South East Asia Pendulum (SEAP) - USEC
Port rotation: Hong Kong > Cai Mep > Singapore > Port Kelang > Colombo > Halifax > New York > Norfolk > Savannah > Charleston > Port Kelang
Void sailing from Hong Kong on February 4th

East Coast China 2 (ECC2)
Port rotation: Qingdao > Ningbo > Shanghai > Pusan > Colon > Savannah > Charleston > Boston > New York > Colon > Qingdao
Void sailings from Qingdao on February 5th and February 18th

Gulf Coast China 1 (GCC1)
Port rotation: Hong Kong > Shekou > Ningbo > Shanghai > Pusan > Houston > Mobile > New Orleans > Tampa > Miami > Singapore > Hong Kong
Void sailings from Hong Kong on January 31st and February 6th

Gulf Coast China 2 (GCC2)
Port rotation: Shanghai > Ningbo > Xiamen > Yantian > Houston > Mobile > Tampa > Shanghai
Void sailing from Shanghai on February 2nd

For further information, please kindly contact our local representatives.

Thank you for your understanding and support of OOCL.

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