The service began in October last year with four ports of origin in the Asian countries of Vietnam and China, this guarantee for ocean freight ensures equipment and vessel space is readily available for shipping on the Trans-Pacific routes.
APL’s Trans-Pacific Trade Senior Vice President, Jesper Stenbak said, “During the recent peak leading up to the Lunar New Year, shippers turned to APL’s Eagle GO. Guaranteed to get their urgent shipments going without the concerns of equipment and vessel space shortages. In scaling up the Eagle GO. Guaranteed service to 25 more Asian ports, we seek to benefit more shippers, in particular, those loading from the major ports of Busan, Jakarta, Qingdao and Xiamen amongst others.“
The new extension of the service becomes effective on March 1st and will apply to 15 US West Coast destined services; and seven loops that are US East Coast bound and collect cargo from the following ports, Laem Chabang, Kobe, Kaohsiung, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Dalian, Cai Mep, Busan, Lianyungang, Shanghai, Shekou, Singapore, Taipei, Tianjin, Tokyo, Xiamen, Yantian, Yokohama, Mundra, Nagoya, Naha, Nansha, Nhava Sheva, Ningbo, Port Kelang, Port Qasim, Qingdao and Sendai.