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This is the G6 service plan

The carriers in the G6 alliance have revealed detailed sailing plans for the two US routes that were announced in December. Find all the ports and routes below.

In what still only consists of lines on a piece of paper, the G6 alliance has revealed how it plans to sail on the routes between Asia and the US West Coast and on the transatlantic services, if the alliance is approved by the US Federal Maritime Commission, FMC.

The six partners - APL, Hapag-Lloyd, Hyundai Merchant Marine, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK), and Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) - expect to launch the operational collaboration on the two routes during the second quarter this year. The carriers have already been collaborating on Asia-Europe and Mediterranean routes since March 2012, and since May last year the G6 alliance has been sailing containers between Asia and the US East Coast.

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