As we continuously strive to enhance our product offering, we are pleased to inform you about improvements to our service set up into Pacific North West. With the intent to maintain the schedule reliability, thrive for operations efficiency and offer a competitive end to end product to our customers, TPX will move to Husky terminal in Tacoma. Husky offers modern infrastructure with state of the art on dock rail capabilities, up to 22,800 ft of on dock rail track and access to wide network of US Inland destinations. This will allow us to offer stable weekly departures from Asia and competitive transit time to US inland destinations.

The move to Husky terminal will take effect from the following vessel voyages.

Asia to US West Coast (Eastbound)

Direction Service Vessel/Voyage First Port / Proforma ETA
Josephine Maersk / 409N
First Port / Proforma ETA
Qingdao / Feb-29

US West Coast to Asia (Westbound)

Direction Service Vessel/Voyage First Port / Proforma ETA
Josephine Maersk / 412S
First Port / Proforma ETA
Tacoma / Mar-17

In case of any questions or in need of detailed contingency plans, please contact your local customer service or sales representatives or check schedules.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. We look forward to continuing working with you in the future.

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