Asia – U.S. West Coast Services Void Sailings

Pearl River Express (PRX)
Originally intended vessel – CMA CGM Gemini (v.177)
Eastbound – Week 6, ETA Fuqing, 3 February 2017

Yangtse Service (YTX)
Originally intended vessel – Archimidis (v.081)
Eastbound – Week 6, ETA Shanghai, 8 February 2017

Asia – U.S. East Coast Service Void Sailing

Vespucci Service (VCX)
Originally intended vessel – Ever Liberal (v.331)
Eastbound – Week 5, ETA Qingdao 31 January 2017

Asia – U.S. East Coast Service Vessel Downsize

Columbus Express (East Coast) (CE2)
Originally intended vessel – Lloyd Parsifal (v.365)
Eastbound – Week 6, ETA Ningbo 7 February 2017
Vessel Capacity – 8,500 TEUs

Replacement vessel – TBA
Vessel Capacity – 4,200 TEUs

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Please be informed that APL will be implementing the following void sailing for the Asia South America Service (ASA).

Eastbound
Week 5, ETA Busan (P6H) 2 February 2017

Westbound
Week 8, ETA Manzanillo, MX (MNZ) 26 February 2017

Port Rotation
Busan – Kaohsiung – Chiwan – Hong Kong – Yangshan – Manzanillo, MX – Lazaro Cardenas – Buenaventura – Balboa – Lazaro Cardenas – Manzanillo, MX – Yokohama – Busan

Source: APL
2017-01-02

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