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Hamburg Süd adjusts NERA and SERA services

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As a reflection of seasonal reduction of market demand in Asia, Hamburg Süd has announced the following adjustments to its services.

NERA 2 – Service Suspension

The NERA 2 service will be temporarily suspended after performing its last voyage with M/V Sveva 838W (ETD Qingdao 22/09).

The ports offered in this sling will be covered by remain NERA services with revised port rotations:


Ningbo – Shanghai – Xiamen – Yantian (new) – Hong Kong – Tanjung Pelepas – Colombo – Felixstowe – Rotterdam – Bremerhaven – Rotterdam – Tangiers – Salalah – Colombo – Ningbo

NERA 2 – Temporarily suspended


Ningbo – Shanghai – Yantian – Tanjung Pelepas – Algeciras – Antwerp – Felixstowe – Algeciras (new) – Port Said – Singapore

Le Havre call excluded.


Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Yantian – Tanjung Pelepas – Tangiers (new) – Le Havre – Hamburg – Antwerp – Felixstowe – Le Havre – Tangiers – Salalah – Jebel Ali – Yantian

Port Said and Bremerhaven calls excluded.

NERA 5 (Unchanged)

Dalian – Xingang – Busan – Ningbo – Shanghai – Yantian – Tanjung Pelepas – Rotterdam – Bremerhaven – Gothenburg – Aarhus – Bremerhaven – Wilhelmshaven – Singapore – Shanghai – Dalian

The NERA 2 service will be resumed in December 2018 together with expected recovery of market demand.


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