Hapag-Lloyd changes port rotation of two European services
Hapag-Lloyd has decided to adjust the port rotations of two European services, Baltic Express (BAX) service and Poland Express (PEX) service, effective from 4 May.
The new port rotation of BAX service will be as follows:
Hamburg, Germany – Helsingborg, Sweden – Helsinki, Finland – Tallinn/Muuga, Estonia – Rauma, Finland – Hamburg, Germany
The updated rotation of BAX service will kick off with the 2009-built, 1,400 TEU container ship Empire, which has an estimated time of departure from the port of Hamburg on 4 May.
Additionally, the updated PEX service will have the following port rotation:
Hamburg, Germany – Klaipeda, Lithuania – Gdynia, Poand – Hamburg, Germany
This new rotation will start with the 2001-built, 868 TEU feeder ship Neuenfelde with an estimated time of departure from Hamburg on 4 May.
Hapag-Lloyd noted that at Hamburg, the assigned terminals for BAX service are Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA) and Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB) and for PEX service is CTA.