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New and Amended Maritime Agreements Filed

Wednesday, April 10, 2013
By Shawn McCausland
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

The Federal Maritime Commission has issued notice that the following new or amended agreements have been filed. Interested parties may submit comments by April 22.

CMA CGM /Maersk Line Space Charter, Sailing and Cooperative Working Agreement Asia to USEC and PNW-Suez/PNW & Panama Loops – The amendment would adjust the number of vessels to be provided, increase the size of those vessels and adjust the space allocations of the parties accordingly.

NYK/Hanjin/Yang Ming/Evergreen Americas North South Service Vessel Sharing Agreement – The amendment adds Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. and removes Hyundai Merchant Marine Co. Ltd from the agreement.

NYK/Hanjin/Hyundai Americas North South Service Slot Charter Agreement – The agreement authorizes NYK and Hanjin to charter slots to Hyundai on the ANS service in the trade between the East Coast of North America (New York to Florida range) and the East Coast of Brazil.

The G6/Zim Transpacific Vessel Sharing Agreement – The agreement authorizes the parties to share vessels in the trade between ports in North Asia, South Asia, the Middle East (including the Persian Gulf region), Spain, Italy, Egypt, Panama, Jamaica and Canada, on the one hand, and U.S. East Coast ports via the Panama and Suez canals, on the other hand, as well as ports and points served via such U.S. and foreign ports.

WWL/K-Line Space Charter Agreement – The agreement authorizes K-Line to charter space on WWL vessels in the trade between the U.S. East Coast and China.

The G6/ELJSA Slot Exchange Agreement – The agreement authorizes the parties to exchange slots in the trade between Vietnam, China (including Hong Kong), Singapore, Spain and Sri Lanka, on the one hand, and the U.S. Atlantic Coast on the other hand.

The HMM/HLAG Slot Exchange Agreement – The agreement authorizes Hyundai to charter space to Hapag-Lloyd in the trade between the U.S. West Coast on the one hand and China and South Korea on the other hand. The agreement also authorizes the parties to enter into arrangements related to the chartering of such space.

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