More 2M transpac voyages ‘slide’ as vessels still queue at USWC ports

The 2M partners, Maersk and MSC, have cut two scheduled transpacific calls, but the two lines offer different reasons.
Maersk said today its TP6/MSC Pearl service would ‘slide’ by a week from its 1 February departure date ex-Asia, and the TP2/MSC Jaguar loop would also be delayed by a week from its advertised sailing of 14 February.
The Danish carrier said it was “in view of the accumulated schedule delays” in its …

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