ANL has announced a renewed set of services for the AAX1 and AAX2 south-east Asia services, through a joint-partnership between ANL, Hapag-Lloyd, Maersk Line and ONE.
The enhanced services offer improved frequencies and transit times, with direct port calls at Laem Chabang, Port Kelang and Jakarta.
This service is scheduled to come in to effect with the first vessel departing Tanjung Pelepas on October 23, 2019.
The new AAX setup will be complementary to the NEMO service providing an extensive coverage across the globe with transhipment options to south-east Asia, Indian sub-continent, Middle East Gulf, North East Asia, Africa, Med and North Europe.
The New NEMO northbound rotation will be Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Fremantle, Singapore, Colombo. The first vessel on the updated rotation is due in to Sydney on November 13, 2019.
Anthony Orgill, ANL general manager of Asia ANZ Lines said, “The revised AAX1 and AAX2 services once again reinforces our support to clients operating between Australia, South East Asia and beyond.
“With over 40 years of continued operation in the region, we believe that the new AAX setup will continue to assist our customers and attend to their broader needs, highlighting ANL’s leading position within Oceania.”
The services will include the following changes:
- Rotation: Laem Chabang, Tanjung Pelepas, Singapore, Port Kelang, Fremantle, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Singapore, Port Kelang, Tanjung Pelepas, Laem Chabang
- Direct calls from Laem Chabang to Australian main ports
- Efficient transit times from south-east Asia to both Fremantle and Adelaide
- Seven vessel weekly fixed service with 8,500 TEU capacity
- 49-day rotation
The updated service is set to come in to effect with the first vessel departing Laem Chabang on October 24, 2019.
- Rotation: Tanjung Pelepas, Port Kelang, Singapore, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Fremantle, Jakarta, Tanjung Pelepas
- Direct calls to key transshipment hubs Singapore and Port Kelang
- Direct Jakarta call
- Efficient transit times from south-east Asia to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne
- Six vessel weekly fixed service with 5,700 TEU capacity
- 42-day rotation