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Changes to APL’s services

As an update to its previous advisory dated 18 September 2018, please be advised of the following changes to APL’s China Australia Service (CAS)China Australia Service 6 (CA6) and New Zealand Express 2 (NZ2) services, as per the following details.

Void Sailings:

Service Vessel Voyage First Port ETA
CASCornelia ICCZ698Kaohsiung10 OCT
NZ2OOCL SavannahOSV387Shanghai11 OCT

CAS Port Rotation
Kaohsiung – Xiamen – Nansha – Hong Kong – Yantian – Melbourne – Sydney – Brisbane – Kaohsiung

NZ2 Port Rotation
Shanghai – Ningbo – Shekou – Kaohsiung – Brisbane – Auckland – Port Chalmers – Lyttelton – Napier – Tauranga – Hong Kong – Keelung – Shanghai

Slide Sailings:

Service Vessel Voyage First Port Original ETA New ETA
CA6Ital MelodiaLTX134Ningbo5 OCT12 OCT

CA6 Port Rotation
Ninbo – Shanghai – Yantian – Sydney – Melbourne – Brisbane – Ningbo

Should you require any assistance or more information, please contact your local APL representative.

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