Introducing absolute reliability in shipping

Containerised cargo will now be delivered with unprecedented frequency and reliability, as the Danish ship operator states.
 
Behind Daily Maersk there are 70 vessels operating a daily service
between four ports in Asia (Ningbo, Shanghai, Yantian and Tanjung Pelepas) and three ports in Europe (Felixstowe, Rotterdam and Bremerhaven).
 
Regardless of which of the four Asian ports the cargo is loaded at, the transportation time – from cut-off to cargo availability – is said to be fixed. Daily cut-offs mean that cargo can be shipped immediately after production without the need for storage. Maersk Line promises that cargo at the other end will be available for pick-up on the agreed date. If cargo availability is delayed by 1-3 days, Maersk Line says to pay USD 100 per container.

Daily Maersk, Maersk Line’s new service on the Asia–North Europe trade lane,

is said to offer a daily cut-off (the latest time cargo may be delivered to a terminal for loading to a scheduled vessel) at the same time every day, seven days a week, and always with the exact same transportation time.

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