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Eagle GO Guaranteed Extended

APL today (Oct. 16) announced the expansion of Eagle GO Guaranteed for cargoes destined for the Middle East and India Subcontinent from all direct and non-direct loading ports in Asia, in addition to China.

Eagle GO Guaranteed cargoes from non-direct loading ports will be assured of equipment at the origin and vessel space onboard the first leg, as they en-route to the trans-shipment hubs for priority shipping to the Middle East and India Subcontinent. Likewise, Eagle GO Guaranteed cargoes from the direct load ports will be assured of equipment and vessel space onboard seven Asia-Middle East and six India Subcontinent services by APL.

The 13 APL services include the Gulf Asia Express 2 (GA2), Pendulum Gulf Express (PE2), West Asia Express 3 (WA3), West Asia Express 5 (WA5), West Asia Express (WAX), Red Sea Express 2 (RS2), Red Sea Express (RSX), Asia Subcontinent Express (AS1), Asia Subcontinent Express (AS3), Asia Subcontinent Express (AS5), North Asia Subcontinent Express (CI3), China India Express (CIX) and India East Coast Express (IEX).

Each week, the various services pick up cargoes from their rotational ports of China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar. From these Asian origin ports, the respective services will head for their designated ports of call in United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Djibouti, Egypt and Jordan in the Middle East; as well as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh in the India Subcontinent.

Booking for this pay-on-demand offering that is expanded across APL’s Asia-Middle East and India subcontinent networks is now available.

Click here for more information on APL’s Eagle GO Guaranteed.

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