ZIM returns to The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s North Harbor
The Northwest Seaport Alliance welcomes the ZIM Ningbo to North Harbor. ZIM is expanding its presence at the NWSA by joining the 2M trans-Pacific service calling at Terminal 46 in Seattle, the company said in its release.
ZIM will have four of its own vessels in the weekly ZP9 service with increased capacity to serve the NWSA gateway. This will be the first regular call of ZIM vessels at the NWSA since the spring of 2017.
This new weekly rotation will consist of the following ports: Kaohsiung—Xiamen—Yantian—Ningbo—Shanghai—Pusan—Vancouver, B.C.—Seattle—Yokohama—Pusan—Kaohsiung.
Founded in 1945, ZIM is the world’s 11th largest container shipping company, operating a fleet of 70 ships with 347,517 TEU capacity. ZIM has more than 170 offices and representatives in over 100 countries throughout the world.
About The Northwest Seaport Alliance
The Northwest Seaport Alliance is a marine cargo operating partnership of the ports of Seattle and Tacoma. Combined, the ports are the fourth-largest container gateway in North America. Regional marine cargo facilities also are a major center for bulk, breakbulk, project/heavy-lift cargoes, automobiles and trucks.