Hapag-Lloyd revises Lisbon calls
Hapag-Lloyd revises Lisbon calls The German carrier Hapag-Lloyd is to change the rotations of two of its Med-Transatlantic services. On the Mediterranean – Canada trade (MCA), the eastbound Lisbon call is to be removed as of 30 June. The MCA is operated by Hapag-Lloyd with five vessels on a 35-day round trip. Hanjin, which used be a vessel provider on the loop up until December 2012, has since been a slot partner with a limited participation in the eastbound direction. The service will maintain its westbound Lisbon call. As for the Mediterranean – WCNA MPS trade - a Lisbon call is to be added as of 9 July. That service, a joint operation of Hapag-Lloyd and Hamburg Süd, has an eleven week rotation.