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APL Eagle GO. Guaranteed extended to Latin America

"When it comes to your time-sensitive shipment, you want to have control of your cargo movement as much as possible", APL says in its press release.

Introducing APL’s newly expanded Eagle GO. Guaranteed service – now extended to Latin-America service network. Eagle GO. Guaranteed is now expanded to cover all direct services on APL’s Asia - Latin America services and North America - Latin America services.

With Eagle GO. Guaranteed, you can be assured that your cargo will receive priority use of equipment and guaranteed space on your preferred vessel-voyage, when you ship on any of APL’s Latin-America, Intra-Asia, Asia-Europe, Trans-Pacific, Trans-Atlantic and Oceania services.

Eagle GO. Guaranteed is applicable to the following services:

Latin-America services (NEW!) Latin-America services
Gulf/ Red Sea/ Indian Subcontinent services Intra-Asia services
Trans-Pacific services Trans-Pacific services – West Coast

Trans-Pacific services – East Coast

Trans-Atlantic services Trans-Atlantic services
Oceania services Oceania services
Asia-Europe services Asia-Europe services

 

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