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ZIM’s on-time performance

Three ZIM services on the Asia-America trade recorded a 100% on time reliability score in July.
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Zim has proudly announced that three of its services on the Asia-America trade recorded a 100% on-time reliability score according to the SeaIntel July 2017 report.  

ZIM Med-Pacific (ZMP), ZIM Pacific North (ZPN) and ZIM Seven Star Express (Z7S), the premium Asia-US Service, all reached a perfect 100% score in the recent report.  

Nissim Yochai. ZIM VP Trans Pacific trade, said: “Our new lines network and our strategy based on mostly independently-operated services is proving itself beneficial, first and foremost for our customers.”

ZIM was involved in another milestone in North America earlier this year when it brought the ZIM ANTWERP to Halifax’s Halterm International Container Terminal. At 349m long with a capacity of 10,062 TEU the vessel is the largest container ship to call at the port. ZIM has a strong presence in Halifax, where it calls with three different services. 

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