The ship will leave the Port of Brisbane this evening without cargo and with a new Master. AMSA inspectors attended APL England and were satisfied that the ship was fit to sail to China to undertake repairs.
At about 10.45 am AEST this morning, Sunday 24 May, the AMSA received notification that a container ship had lost cargo overboard off the NSW coast.
The Municipality of Guayaquil (Ecuador) officially inaugurated its newly deepened maritime access channel last weekend, by welcoming the first Neo-Panamax vessel APL Esplanade in the port.
A new event confirms Buenaventura as a strategic port city for Colombia and its foreign trade. Coming from Asia, the large-scale vessel, APL Esplanade, recently arrived at Puerto Aguadulce with a capacity of 13,892 TEUs.
As part of APL’s effort to enhance service connectivity, we are pleased to announce the launch of Bangkok Haiphong Service (RBH), a weekly express service from South China to Thailand and from Thailand to Haiphong.
APL announced a 47.4% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions per container transported per kilometre in 2018, compared to its base level in 2009.
APL announced the launch of a new weekly service, China Malaysia Service (CMS) which connects North, Central and South China to the niche ports of Port Klang, Penang and Pasir Gudang in Malaysia.
APL was named ‘Containership Operator of the Year’ at the Lloyd’s List Asia Pacific Awards 2018 last evening.
APL’s Eagle Express X (EXX) service is living up to be just the solution for precise logistics planning of shippers on the Trans-Pacific.