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A blank sailing, or void sailing, is when a scheduled vessel service will not operate on a specific route or skip a particular port or region. This can be due to a lack of cargo demand, insufficient capacity, changes in port rotation, or other operational considerations.
Blank sailings can significantly impact shippers and their supply chains, as they may cause delays or higher costs due to the need for alternative arrangements.