ANL offers 3 dedicated tools to search the schedules: Routing Finder, Voyage Finder and Port Schedules.
FAQ - Schedules
;Expand / Collapse Can I search for vessel schedules if I am not sure about the Port of Load or Port of Discharge (POL or POD)?
Yes, you can. We have the option to search by Country and Place which will help you to select the location from the list of options.
You can find the Terminal Name along with Port Name by clicking the “Terminal name” in Routing Finder / Port to Port Schedules.
;Expand / Collapse I want to book a container with APL but I can’t find a port in the Schedule Finder and/or Routing Finder. What should I do?
Please pass your port details to our eCustomer support team by going to Homepage-Help-Contact support.
The Local Voyage reference is a reference filed with local customs by the vessel operator. It is mainly used in cases where your shipments will be loaded into a third party feeder or our alliance partners’ vessels during any stage of the voyage.
Cut-off refers to the latest possible date/time by which cargo must be delivered to a terminal for loading on the scheduled vessel/voyage.
;Expand / Collapse I would like to know the next vessel schedule in the same service. How can I obtain this?
You can view the previous /next vessel schedule in the same service by clicking arrows next to service name.
Times reflected in the Vessel Schedules are in local times. E.g. If the schedule shows arrival date/time to Le Havre, FR, the date/time will be as per Le Havre, FR local time.
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