Following an earlier advisory, please be reminded that all bookings made via APL eBusiness now requires a valid quotation, service contract, or tariff number. Without this information, you will be unable to proceed with eBooking.
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In compliance with the Phillipines customs order, effective today, we request that shippers of all cargoes bound for the Philippines strictly indicate the 6-digit HS Code in the “BL Description” field of the Shipping Instruction to APL.
Please be informed that the China Customs has released Order No. 144  to adjust the China Customs Advance Manifest (CCAM) regulation. The adjusted rule takes effect from 15 November 2019.
Following the announcements earlier regarding the merger of CNC and APL Intra-Asia Short Sea Agency Network within the CMA CGM group, we are pleased to share further information on the CNC Singapore office set-up.
Designed to fit your lifestyle, the APL Shipping app is your mobile companion to have shipping information at your fingertips.
Following our advisory on 19 July 2019, please be informed that effective September 1, 2019, APL has ceased providing House Bill of Lading (HBL) service on cargo bound for Canada.
With APL's Cargo Value Serenity the value of your cargo will be protected in case of damage or loss of your goods. No matter what happens or who is liable, you will be compensated.
Since APL’s Eagle Express X (EXX) service began calling the TraPac terminal in Los Angeles, we have set the bar higher on the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the fully APL-operated premium service, in our continuous pursuit for excellence.
Following a recent announcement by Fenix Marine Services (FMS), please note the following arrangements for making appointments at FMS, effective 13 August 2019:
As part of APL’s digitization roadmap to meet your shipping needs, please be informed that effective 3 August 2019, all bookings made via APL eBusiness will require a valid quotation, service contract, or tariff number.