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APL’s EX1 service, port omission

APL’s Eagle Express 1 (EX1) service, President Truman 003 will omit Qingdao on the Eastbound journey for schedule recovery, and with details as follows:

EX1: Ad Hoc Revised Rotation

Qingdao – Shanghai – Busan – Los Angeles – Oakland – Yokohama – Naha – Busan – Qingdao

DateAffected Port CallAffected Vessel – EX1
25 Oct 2018Qingdao, ChinaPresident Truman 003

As a result of the Qingdao port omission, the following contingency plan for connection to Busan will be implemented:

Qingdao Export

Vessel/VoyageQingdao ETABusan ETALoading Vessel Voyage
21 Oct 201823 Oct 2018President Truman 003

As for the inbound cargo to Qingdao, these will be discharged at Busan and then to connect through the following vessel/voyage, as a contingency plan:

Qingdao Import

Loading Vessel VoyageQingdao New ETA
President FD Roosevelt 1031 Nov 2018

For assistance and more information, please contact your local APL representative.

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