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Container ships’ substitutions

APL Florida 8136 will phase out of service in Singapore on the 5th of November 2018 and will be replaced by the Mary 0NNS2W1MA.

Consequently, all cargo for destinations beyond Singapore on the APL Florida 8136 will be transhipped via Singapore and loaded onboard the Mary 0NNS2W1MA for onward journey maintaining current schedule.

Vessel particulars are as per the below:

Vessel Name Mary
IMO 9635664
Flag Marshall Islands
Year Built 2013

 

Also, Allise P V024N will phase out in Pusan on 21st November and will be replaced by a yet to be named vessel that will appear on schedules in the interim as OOCL TBN 1.

Consequently, all cargo booked for the Allise P V024N for destination beyond Pusan will now tranship accordingly for onward journey maintaining current schedule.

Full vessel details will be provided once the vessel name is finalised.





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