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Grand Alliance merges JCX and SCX services into one loop


Grand Alliance members Hapag-Lloyd, Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) and Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) have agreed to merge the SCX (South China Sea Express) and the JCX (Japan China Express) into a single loop. The new service will take effect from May 25, 2009, sailing from Thailand.
Grand Alliance customers will be offered the same port coverage options under the new service. One additional vessel of 6,200 TEU will be added on the SCX service, and Japanese ports previously covered on the JCX will be covered by the upgraded SCX service.
Kaohsiung will be transferred to the Super Shuttle Express (SSX) service on the Trans-Pacific eastbound call, while the westbound call on SCX will remain unchanged.
Port rotation for both services is as follows:
SCX: Laem Chabang/ Singapore/ Kobe/ Nagoya/ Tokyo/ Sendai/ Los Angeles/ Oakland/ Tokyo/ Nagoya/ Kobe/ Kaohsiung/ Shekou/ Laem Chabang
SSX: Shekou/ Yantian/ Hong Kong/ Kaohsiung/ Long Beach/ Kaohsiung/ Xiamen/ Hong Kong/ Shekou.
The merged ‘SCX’ product will allow the Grand Alliance to continue offering our customers the competitive and high quality service they are used to.
The Grand Alliance, formed in 1998, is the leading integrated consortium in global container shipping. Its members are presently Hapag-Lloyd (Germany), MISC Berhad (Malaysia), NYK (Japan) and OOCL (Hong Kong). MISC Berhad does not operate on this trade and therefore has not participated in this particular agreement.

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