The Withdrawn TEU Capacity from Blanked Sailings log featured on our home page was originally launched due to the massive number of blanked sailings earlier in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Now that things have stabilized, we are discontinuing the report. Blanked sailings data can still be found using BlueWater Reporting’s Blanked Sailings Report, Blanked Sailings Analysis or Blanked Sailings Pivot Table Report.

However, if you are interested in receiving data in this format going forward, please contact us.

Blanked Sailings on Major Asia Outbound Trades

Avg. Weekly Deployed TEUs on trade, Asia to N. America: 439,116
Avg. Weekly Deployed TEUs on trade, Asia to N. Europe/Med: 378,744
TodaySaturday October 23, 2021
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MSC beefs up presence on Asia-Oceania trade
BlueWater Reporting's Carrier/Trade Route Deployment Report shows MSC's weekly allocated capacity from Asia to Oceania is 53% higher from last January.
Southeast Asia to U.S. container capacity surges in 2020
Weekly allocated container capacity from Southeast Asia to the U.S. as of December 2020 was 51% higher year-over-year, while the China to U.S. trade only saw a 6% boost.
Container capacity rises on U.S., Canada to Mexico trade
BlueWater Reporting's Capacity Report shows that weekly allocated TEUs on the trade increased 35% between the December 2019 and 2020 reporting periods.
KMTC, Wan Hai boost East India’s connectivity with Asia
The carriers launched a new loop this month between the two regions that deploys six vessels with an average capacity of 4,393 TEUs.
Asia to North Europe capacity remains buoyant
Weekly allocated capacity on the Asia to North Europe trade has increased over the past year and is expected to hold strong in the coming months.
Carriers boost China-Southeast Asia connectivity
The newly launched CV8 and CT5/CTK/IA28 loops, each of which serve the China-Southeast Asia trade, both have an average vessel size of just under 1,800 TEUs.
Port Tampa Bay gains new container service
The ZIM operated service is scheduled to launch this month and will strictly sail between Tampa and Altamira, Mexico.
CMA CGM boosts presence in Latin America
The French ocean carrier’s new BRAZEX 2 service between Brazil and the Caribbean deploys vessels that have an average capacity of 2,344 TEUs.
CMA CGM holds largest presence at Savannah’s Garden City Terminal
BlueWater Reporting's Terminal/Service Analysis tool shows CMA CGM's vessels that call the terminal have a combined capacity of over 375,000 TEUs.
OCEAN Alliance offers fastest transits from Shanghai to Charleston
The fastest container service from Shanghai to Charleston is the OCEAN Alliance’s Vespucci/NUE at 27 days.

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