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APL, void sailings in the Asia-Red Sea market

Please be informed that APL will be implementing the following void sailings in the Asia-Red Sea market:

Week

Service

First Port

ETA

37

Red Sea Express (RSX)

Xingang*

31 August 2018

39

Red Sea Express 2 (RS2)

Yangshan

12 September 2018

40

Red Sea Express 2 (RS2)

Yangshan

3 October 2018

41

Red Sea Express (RSX)

Xingang*

5 October 2018

RS2 rotation:
Yangshan - Ningbo - Taipei - Xiamen - Shekou - Singapore - Djibouti - Jeddah - Sokhna - Aqaba - Djibouti - Singapore - Yangshan

*New RSX rotation (effective first sailing ETA Xingang 24 August 2018 - click here for more information)
Xingang - Qingdao - Ningbo - Nansha - Shekou - Tanjung Pelepas - Singapore - Jeddah - Sokhna - Aqaba - Jeddah - Port Klang - Ningbo - Xingang

For enquiries, please contact your APL representative.





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