Hapag-Lloyd’s WSN service, connecting the West Coast of North America with Australia and New Zealand, will be back at Long Beach, US on its Pacific Northwest rotation on a weekly basis.
The first vessel to start the weekly calls at Long Beach will be MV CMA CGM DUTCH HARBOR V. 229S with an Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) at Long Beach on September 11, 2022.
Southbound Service Highlights:
- The only direct service from the North American West Coast to Australia and New Zealand
- Weekly fixed-day service
- Trans-Tasman trade coverage between Australia and New Zealand, in addition to other services
- Direct service from Long Beach to Adelaide on a fortnightly basis
Northbound Service Highlights:
- Fast, direct weekly service to Oakland and Long Beach for dry and reefer markets
- Fortnightly direct calls at Adelaide*, Papeete, Vancouver, and Seattle
- Direct Oceania calls at Adelaide*, Sydney, Melbourne, and Tauranga, with relay and intermodal options for all major origin/destinations
The North American rotation will be the following:
Oakland (US) – Seattle (US) – Vancouver (CA) – Long Beach (US) – Auckland (NZ) – Sydney (AU) – Melbourne (AU) – Adelaide (AU)