Maersk: Improved Cargo Deliveries for 2019
A.P. Moller-Maersk makes its latest move through improvements related to the Asia-Europe network, specifically improving efforts for cargo delivery and scheduling between the regions, according to the latest company news release.
“To meet our customer’s increasing need for reliable cargo delivery, we have reviewed our service network and identified additional time to recover from the potential delays we continue to face from bad weather and other external factors. I am confident that these service changes will improve our overall schedule reliability, and I look forward to service our customers with this upgraded product,” says Johan Sigsgaard, Head of Europe Trade, A.P. Moller – Maersk.
The change is another example of how the company stays one step ahead of the customer’s needs as the industry approaches a new year with inevitable challenges on the horizon.
The company revealed that a total of six additional vessels will be added across the ten service strings within the network in an effort to support the company’s scheduling changes. Additionally, a list of service maps and westbound shipping deployment start dates were revealed. Service changes are anticipated to kick-off early 2019.
To read more about the changes and deployment schedule, visit: Maersk.
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