Maersk Ocean Network 2025

Shipping from Asia to North America

With our new network, we are excited to offer our customers a wide range of benefits with similar geographical coverage as today.

Improving service quality

Our new mainliner network will have extensive and robust coverage. To supplement this we are introducing shuttles for our strategic markets. Dedicated shuttles will be operated similarly to the mainliners, which means they will have same priority at terminals, they will be fully controlled by Maersk and they will often be similar sized to our mainliners. This will allow end to end operational control to secure connections across the ocean network and thereby deliver a wider coverage with unparalleled reliability.

Disclaimer: above network representation is subject to final agreement

Service highlights

Asia to West Coast North America:

  • Our improved Asia to West Coast North America network provides an overall transit time reduction of 3 days for the majority of corridors
  • 3 days faster product offering from Yantian to Los Angeles
  • Fast and reliable shuttle connections from South East Asian ports to main West Coast Gateways
  • Increased product coverage between East China and Canada
  • Additional Asian gateway ports with a fast product coverage to Tacoma
  • Alaska coverage to be communicated at a later stage

Asia to East Coast North America:

  • Our new Asia to East Coast North America network will provide market leading reliability and deliver improved carbon foot print while transit times will be market competitive and particularly strong on high volume corridors
  • Weekly connectivity between East and South China into US East Coast gateways
  • Fast products from East and South China to Savannah
  • Direct product coverage from South China gateways into Baltimore
  • Direct product coverage from Vungtau and Haiphong, Vietnam to US East Coast gateways
  • New product coverage via Lazaro Cardenas into US Midwest and US Gulf
  • Wilmington, New Orleans & Tampa coverage to be communicated at a later stage

Transit times for Asia to North America

The transit times expected on selected corridors from Asia to North America from 2025 are as follows:

Explore other networks around the world

Our new network will consist of 58 services with more than 6,000 port-to-port combinations. You can find more information on what each of the trades will look like below.

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Asia to/from Europe
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Asia to/from Middle East
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Europe to/from North America

Contact us

If you need more information on the new cooperation, please contact our Sales or Customer Experience teams. They are standing by to help.

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