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APL, port terminal changes

Please be informed of a temporary change in port terminal in relation to the APL’s Far-East Express 1 (FX1) service. Details are as follows:

Date Affected Vessel Port Terminal Changes (Temporary)
5 August 2018, ETA Southampton CMA CGM BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 317 From: Khor Fakkan Port, UAE
To: DPW JEBEL ALI CONTAINER TERMINAL 1, UAE
12 August 2018, ETA Southampton CMA CGM KERGUELEN 319
19 August 2018, ETA Southampton CMA CGM ZHENG HE 321
26 August 2018, ETA Southampton CMA CGM ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUPERY 323
2 September 2018, ETA Southampton CMA CGM MARCO POLO 325
9 September 2018, ETA Southampton CMA CGM ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT
327
16 September 2018, ETA Southampton CMA CGM VASCO DE GAMA 329

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





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