Hapag-Lloyd announces Black Sea service enhancement
Hapag-Lloyd announced the latest service enhancement in our Mediterranean/Black Sea Service Network.
As from this week Hapag-Lloyd introduced a second dedicated Black Sea Service (BSX), connecting Piraeus and Istanbul with Poti and Novorossiysk. At the same time Hapag-Lloyd will withdraw Novorossiysk from the existing BMX service and call at Gemlik (northbound and southbound).
The rotation of the new BSX Service will cover following ports:
Piraeus - Istanbul (Kumport) - Poti - Novorossiysk - Piraeus
The first BSX sailing will be:
Northbound - “Rosalia” ETS Piraeus June 8, 2018
Southbound - “Rosalia” ETS Poti June 15, 2018 and ETS Novorossiysk June 17, 2018
The revised rotation of the Black Sea Med Express (BMX) will cover following ports:
Piraeus - Gemlik - Istanbul - Odessa - Constanta - Istanbul - Gemlik - Piraeus
The first BMX sailing under the new rotation will be as follows:
Northbound, “Hansa Limburg” - ETS Piraeus, June 9, 2018
Southbound, “Hansa Limburg” - ETS Odessa, June 15, 2018 and ETS Constanta June 17, 2018
Gemlik will only be included in the rotation as from July 2, 2018 on the northbound call (MV “Hansa Limburg”) and July 4, 2018 on the southbound call (MV “Fritz Reuter”).