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APL, Trans-Pacific Market – EXX service

APL informs that due to vessel maintenance works, APL CHINA voyage 219 which was originally scheduled for the APL’s Eagle Express X (EXX) commencement voyage from Ningbo, China on 1 Aug 2018, will be replaced by APL JAPAN voyage 052.

Accordingly, the adjusted vessel line-up of the service will be as follows:

Vessel Voyage Ningbo, China (NGB) Shanghai, China (SHA)
APL JAPAN 052 01 Aug 2018 02 Aug 2018
APL SINGAPORE 219 08 Aug 2018 09 Aug 2018
APL THAILAND 217 15 Aug 2018 16 Aug 2018
APL PHILIPPINES 219 22 Aug 2018 23 Aug 2018
APL KOREA 217 29 Aug 2018 30 Aug 2018

The above adjustments are carried out to ensure all EXX vessels depart Asia timely, further demonstrating APL’s commitment to deliver an expedited service between China and Los Angeles.

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

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