CMA CGM reshuffles service crossing the Red Sea amid safety concerns

CMA CGM reshuffles service crossing the Red Sea amid safety concerns

The CMA CGM Group has implemented contingency plans for services crossing the Suez Canal to ensure the safety of its vessels and crew members amidst recent attacks on commercial ships in the Red Sea.

CMA CGM has recently announced that the NEMO Service would temporarily reroute through the Cape of Good Hope instead of traversing the Suez Canal.

The NEMO Service features a direct fixed-day weekly service connecting Europe with Reunion, Mauritius, Australia (SB) and Australia with Singapore, Colombo, and Ennore (NB).

According to CMA CGM, the revised rotation is the following:

London Gateway > Rotterdam > Hamburg > Antwerp > Le Havre > Valencia > La Spezia > Fos Sur Mer > Cape of Good Hope > Pointe des Galets > Port Louis > Sydney > Melbourne > Adelaide > Fremantle > Singapore > Ennore > Colombo > Cape of Good Hope > London Gateway 

This month, CMA CGM’s Short Sea Lines Division reshuffled the Tyrrex 2 service from Malta to Western Italy, Sicily, Malta, and Algeria.

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