Evergreen re-starts ANS service for North America/South America

2012 03 02

TAIWAN's Evergreen Line is to resume services to North America to South America in a joint service with NYK, HMM and Hanjin on their USEC-ECSA 'ANS' service following its suspension of services three years ago.

The Atlantic North South Service (ANS) service will deploy six 2,500-2,700-TEU vessels boosting existing capacity by over half with one each provided by Evergreen (unknown capacity), Hanjin (2,553 TEU) and HMM (2,754 TEU). Three of these will be larger units of 2,664 TEU from NYK. Hapag-Lloyd and Yang Ming will co-load on this service.

ANS operates a port rotation of 42 days as follows: Norfolk; New York; Savannah; Miami; Caucedo, Dominican Republic; Santos, Brazil; Navegantes, Brazil; Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; Vitoria, Brazil; Caucedo, Dominican Republic; Norfolk.

Evergreen first entered the North America to South American trade over a decade ago in its stand alone Evergreen Inter America service deploying seven vessels of 1,100 TEU. A year later it ended the service to slot-share with Lykes/Crowley USA-ECSA until January 2009, according to Paris-based Alphaliner.

Source Shipping Gazette - Daily Shipping News


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