To: Alvaro Diaz - Transit time China - USWC

by Tony Chen
(Shanghai, China)

According to Nespas, the sea distance from Hong Kong, China to Los Angeles is 6,379 nautical miles. So at average speed of, say 22 knots, it takes the Emma Maersk only about 12 days to sail from Hong Kong to Los Angeles.

In fact, because Emma Maersk currently is not deployed on Transpacific services, no exact transit time is available.

Other current services of Maersk Lines, for example Transpacific 6, need 22 days directly from Hongkong to Los Angeles.

By the way, anyone knows whether ports in US West Coast can meet the vessel?s draft of 15.5 meters?

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Sep 15, 2015
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alvaro diaz
by: Franklin A. Peterkin

Every year thousands of cargo carriers travel in Pacific Ocean. They take with billions of dollars of cargo. With 22 knots cargo carriers can take upto 22 days to travel between US and China.

Jul 29, 2015
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informative!
by: Sam

This site has helped me a lot to know more about the transit time of the containers. The site has offered me a good idea about container transport and the various aspects of the same. Thank you so much for sharing.

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