Transpacific TP20 Service Reinstated by Maersk

a Maersk containership in port
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Maersk is set to enhance its service network between Asia and the US East Coast by reintroducing the TP20 service.

Starting from mid-April, the company based in Denmark plans to commence the operation of the TP20, providing direct connections across the Greater China Area, from North to South, to Newark, Baltimore, and Houston.

The TP20 will operate as an independent service, guaranteeing weekly sailings and offering competitive transit times, according to the company's announcement.

The service route for the TP20 by Maersk will include stops at Qingdao (China), Shanghai (China), Yantian (China), through the Panama Canal (Panama), then onto Newark (US), Baltimore (US), and Houston (US), before heading back through the Panama Canal.

The inaugural voyage will be undertaken by the Maersk Wallis, departing from Qingdao on April 21.