CMA-CGM has started a new service that will provide Oakland with a first port of call. The vessel rotation is Yantian – Oakland – SeaTac – Shanghai – Yantian and will consist of vessels ranging in size from 3500 TEUs to 6500 TEUS.
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Given the vessels delays in Southern California, the timing of this service could not be better.

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