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CMA CGM reshuffles EPIC 1 service between North Europe and Indian Subcontinent


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In a continued effort to provide our customers with reliable and efficient service, CMA CGM will reshuffle its EPIC 1 service connecting North Europe with the Indian Subcontinent.

London Gateway will replace Felixstowe and Dunkirk call will be suspended, the new rotation being as follows:

Southampton – Rotterdam – Antwerp – London Gateway – Le Havre – King Abdullah – Djibouti – Port Qasim – Nhava Sheva – Hazira – Mundra – King Abdullah – Gioia Tauro – Tanger Med – Southampton

As from m/v MSC ATHOS 0EG19W1MA, EPIC 1 will call at London Gateway (ETA September 10th, 2018) instead of Felixstowe.

m/v MSC MARIA ELENA will be the last vessel to call at Dunkirk (ETA September 13th, 2018).

Following options for your Dunkirk shipments can be offered: Westbound: via Southampton on FAL 1 and Eastbound: via Le Havre on EURAF 1


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