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Hapag-Lloyd announces TPI Service with US East Coast calls

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HAMBURG : Hapag-Lloyd has updated its TPI (INDAMEX) Service rotation w.e.f August 8, 2024 to include stops at Savannah and Charleston, U.S.

“As part of these changes, the current INDAMEX 2 (IN2) service will be discontinued immediately. Consequently, all TPI (INDAMEX) sailings before August 8, 2024, will already feature a call at Savannah, U.S,” Sanjay Kushwah, Managing Director – Area India (India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka), Hapag-Lloyd said in a LinkedIn post.

The new TPI service rotation is as follows: Port Qasim – Nhava Sheva – Mundra – New York – Norfolk -Savannah – Charleston and Port Qasim.

“A key feature of this service for our Indian market is the seamless connectivity between India and the United States with no intermediate port calls,” Kushwah said in his post.

Kushwah told Indian Transport & Logistics News: “We are combining two services into one, and will be running this stand-alone product giving us much larger control on this lane. We will continue to ensure that our customers’ supply chain continues to be serviced uninterrupted by Hapag-Lloyd.”

It may be mentioned here that Ocean Network Express (ONE) Modern, the first ship on the ocean carrier’s West India North America (WIN) service, called on the Port of Savannah, establishing the latest connection between India and Georgia Ports.

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