APL today announced the extension of Eagle GO. Guaranteed to its Trans-Atlantic and Oceania services networks. Shippers who opt for the premium offering will be guaranteed equipment and vessel space on board six US-bound services from 17 European ports, and seven services destined for Australia and New Zealand from 15 Asian ports.
Calvin Leong, Chief Trade Officer of APL, said, “In our continued drive to address our customers’ expanding needs, I am pleased to announce the extension of our warmly received Eagle GO. Guaranteed product from the Trans-Pacific to our Trans-Atlantic and Oceania networks. With this, APL now provides more options for guaranteed space and equipment in all seasons for our customers’ most demanding, time-sensitive and high volume cargoes.”
With immediate effect, Eagle GO. Guaranteed is offered on APL’s Asia Australia Express (AAX), Asia Fremantle Express (AFX), China Australia (CAS, CA2 and CA3) and New Zealand Express (NZE and NZ2) services that call at the Asian ports of Singapore, Port Klang, Hong Kong, Kaohsiung, Keelung, Busan, Osaka and Yokohama. From 1 June, the premium Eagle GO. Guaranteed product will be further broadened to cargoes loaded at the Chinese ports of Shekou, Nansha, Yantian, Xiamen, Ningbo, Shanghai and Qingdao where the same Asia-Australia/New Zealand services call.
Starting 23 April, Eagle GO. Guaranteed will be available on the Atlantic Gulf (AGX), Atlantic Express (AXS), Europe California Express (ECX), North Atlantic (NAS), South Atlantic Express (SAX) and West Mediterranean (WMS) Trans-Atlantic services. These US-bound services load cargoes from the major European ports of Southampton, London Gateway, Rotterdam, Bremerhaven, Hamburg, Antwerp, Le Havre, Valencia and Barcelona, amongst others.
Launched in October last year, Eagle GO. Guaranteed continues to be offered on 22 North America-destined services from 29 Asian ports.
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