As part of the CMA CGM Group, APL will join the league of the world’s largest container shipping lines in the OCEAN Alliance from April 2017
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APL is pleased to announce that it will join the league of the world’s largest container shipping lines in the OCEAN Alliance from April 2017
In order to better cater to market demands, APL will be suspending the Japan Thailand 2 Service (JT2) and Japan Thailand 3 Service (JT3) effective from week 48. New services are currently being worked on and will be announced once details are firmed.
APL has won the ‘Technology and Systems Innovation’ Award at the Lloyd’s List Asia Awards 2016 on 20 October, in Singapore.
Following our last advisory, please be informed that APL will not be adding the port call at Da Chan Bay, Shenzhen, China for the Asia Latin America (ALX) service.
Hurricane Matthew is expected to hit southern Florida early on Friday. All air and sea traffic has been halted and people urged to move to higher ground because of storm surges.
Please be informed that the G6 Alliance, of which APL is a member, has announced the following (revised) void sailings in the Asia-Europe market:
APL today announced two additional ports of call for the weekly Asia Latin America Service (ALX)
Please be informed that APL will be adding three port calls to its Asia Latin America (ALX) service, namely
Please be informed that APL will be dropping the Kwangyang, Port Said West, Beirut and Iskenderun port calls for the Bosphorus Express (BEX) service, effective 30 October 2016 with Cosco Shipping Panama v161.