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2,691 days ago by zaloasv

Since Monday, 10 January 2011, the Hamburg Süd Group has been presenting itself on the internet in a completely revised design and with an optimised information and service offering. The new internet presence features modern, user-friendly navigation and takes account of the specific needs of different target groups with the introduction of an additional domain. Read more at

2,700 days ago by zaloasv

As from February 2011 and subject to obtaining regulatory approval, Hamburg Süd will extend the WAMS service which up to now connected US West Coast, West Coast Mexico and West Cost Central America with the hub in Cartagena. The extended service which henceforth includes Tangier and ports in North Europe will deploy ten vessels of 1,700 TEU nominal capacity of which Hamburg Süd will provide eight and the remaining two will be provided by CCNI. Read more at Hamburg sud,

2,702 days ago by zaloasv

Effective from 5 January 2011, Hamburg Süd will expand its presence in the trade between Asia and India/Pakistan by joining the new service operated in cooperation with Evergreen and Simatech. The new service (ASIP 2) will deploy 6 x 2,700 TEU (nominal) vessels. With the calls in Xingang, Qingdao and Karachi, ASIP 2 will complement the already existing service (ASIP 1) which likewise deploys 5 x 2700 TEU (nominal) capacity. The two sling service package offers very comprehensive port coverage with a twice weekly frequency to/from the main ports and through either Nhava Sheva (ASIP 1 and 2) or Pipavav (ASIP 1) an extensive range of inland connections in India with fast transit time. Source: Hamburg sud,

2,749 days ago by zaloasv

As part of a customer event, Hamburg Süd christened the "Cap Jervis" in Callao (Peru) on Monday, 8 November 2010. She is the first container vessel ever to have been christened in Callao and has a slot capacity of 4,600 TEU. Sponsor of the "Cap Jervis" was Adelgunde Christmann, wife of Dr Albert Christmann, Chairman of the Executive Board of Radeberger Gruppe KG. The "Cap Jervis" was delivered in July 2010 at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd. (DSME) in Korea. Since then she has been deployed in Hamburg Süd's service between Asia and Mexico/South America West Coast (ASPA Service). The "Cap Jervis" is named after a location in South Australia, approximately 100 kilometres south of Adelaide. Source: Hamburg Sud,

2,764 days ago by zaloasv

As part of their commitment to environmental stewardship, Hamburg Süd and Aliança have decided to extend their tests with low-sulphur fuels to include Asia. Together with other shipping companies, they are participating in the Fair Winds Charter initiative, which aims to sustainably improve air quality in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. To this end, all members of the initiative have voluntarily undertaken to use low-sulphur marine gas oil with a sulphur content of 0.5 per cent, instead of traditional heavy fuel oil, at the berth in Hong Kong from 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2012. Read more at Hamburg Sud,

2,796 days ago by zaloasv

For the second time this year, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), with the support of Hamburg Süd, has been able to generate important data on possible contaminant reductions in marine shipping. Source: Hamburg Sud,

2,816 days ago by zaloasv

Hamburg Süd christened the ‘Cap Jackson’ in Manzanillo, Mexico, the first of two identical container ships, which have a slot capacity of 4,600TEU. With the naming ceremony Hamburg Süd staged in Mexico, it was the first time the country had witnessed the christening of a container ship. The vessel measures 264 metre by 32.2 metres with a speed of 22.5 knots. Since her delivery in late May 2010 at the Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) in Korea, the ‘Cap Jackson’ has been deployed in the shipping group’s service between Asia and Mexico/South America west coast (ASPA Service). The ship is named after a peninsula in the Marlborough region in the south of New Zealand. The sister ship, the ‘Cap Jervis’, is to be christened in Peru in November 2010. Source: Baird Maritime

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