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APL, port of Brisbane omission

There will be an ad-hoc port omission on APL's New Zealand Express (NZE) to allow for schedule recovery. The details of the affected voyage is as follows:

Port Omission - Brisbane
Voyage: v690N

Please do not deliver any cargo currently booked on the KOTA LIHAT v690N into the Brisbane terminal. Clients with bookings will be contacted with alternative arrangements, APL says in its press release.

Kindly contact your local APL representative if you need any assistance.

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