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April 19, 2016

ZIM to Enhance its Asia to US East Coast and Gulf Services

Photo: ​ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd

Photo: ​ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd

 ​ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd (ZIM) has announcd an enhanced Asia to US East Coast and Gulf service offering, with seven different weekly services, extensive direct port-to-port coverage and best-in-market Transit time from key ports in Asia to US East Coast & Gulf.

The full scale services offered by zim in this trade: ZIM Seven Star Express (Z7S), inaugurated in May 2015, a premium service from South China, Vietnam and India Sub continent to US East Coast, will be upgraded with a direct Port Kelang call, offering 24 days transit time to New York.
ZIM Pacific Atlantic Service (ZPA) brand new service by ZIM, covering Central China and Korea to Miami, Jacksonville and Charleston, will commence in early May, subject to FMC approval.
China East Coast (CEC) and South Asia Suez Service (SAS) will continue to offer extensive coverage from South East Asia to USA and Canada East Cost. CEC offering the service from South China and South East Asia into Charleston, and SAS offering a unique direct call from Thailand to US East Coast as well as a direct service from South East Asia into Halifax (subject to FMC approval).
ZIM Container Service Pacific (ZCP) from Central & North China and Korea to Caribbean, Gulf and US East Coast continue to offer prime service.
ZIM New York Express service (ZNX) will continue with best-in-market Transit time from Shanghai to New York and an exclusive Wilmington call.
ZIM Taiwan USEC service (ZTU) will continue with a direct Kaohsiung and Xiamen calls to USEC.
Nissim Yochai- VP Pacific Trade: “The Asia US East Coast Trade is one of ZIM's strategic trades and as such we constantly invest and enhance the product portfolio and service levels we offer our customers in this important trade.”
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