CMA CGM announces temporary stop to calls on Port of Savannah on US East Coast

Major bottlenecks are affecting US container ports, prompting container carrier CMA CGM to suspend calls on Port of Savannah on the US West Coast and instead call on Port of Charleston.

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French container carrier CMA CGM has informed its customers of a temporary stop to calls on Port of Savannah on the US East Coast for some time to come, as a result of substantial delays in the port.

Instead, ships operating CMA CGM's Amerigo Service, which connects the western Mediterranean and the US East Coast, will instead call on Port of Charleston, the company informs in a service update.

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