Hapag-Lloyd announces enhanced West Africa-Med Express (WMX) service
GERMANY's Hapag-Lloyd will revise its WMX service from the end of July by increasing port coverage sailing every eight days to and from the Mediterranean.
All existing connections to Hapag-Lloyd's comprehensive service network will be maintained.
The port rotation will be La Spezia, Genoa (Genoa & Messina Terminal), Tarragona, Valencia, Algeciras (TTIA & APMT), Tangier, Dakar, Tin Can, Tema, Takoradin (twice monthly), Abidjan and back to La Spezia.
With the revised WMX service together with our WAX (West Africa Express), we will have a further enhanced West African Network, with competitive transit times from the Mediterranean to West Africa and vice versa.
Tarragona, Valencia, as well as Algeciras and Tangier are used as connecting ports for transshipment to and from North America, Latin America and to and from the Far East.
"With the additional ports La Spezia, Genoa and Takoradi, we can offer you a sustainable service which will meet your transport requirements," said the company statement.
The West Africa Mediterranean Express (WMX) will commence in week 30 at La Spezia with the 34,973-dwt Vivien A voyage 0116S, ETS La Spezia July 30.