APL extends Eagle GO Guaranteed

Service now is available in the Asia-Latin America and North America-Latin America networks.

APL extends Eagle GO Guaranteed

Service now is available in the Asia-Latin America and North America-Latin America networks.

APL extends Eagle GO Guaranteed

Service now is available in the Asia-Latin America and North America-Latin America networks.

 
   APL on Friday announced the extension of Eagle GO Guaranteed to its Asia-Latin America and North America-Latin America networks.
   Applicable to five East-West Asia-Latin America services and three North-South America services, Eagle GO Guaranteed cargoes from the direct load ports of Asia, North America and Latin America will be assured of equipment and space onboard vessels of these APL services, the company said.
   Time-sensitive shipments such as retail and electronic goods from Asia and North America can expect to be shipped to Latin America as scheduled when they are booked as Eagle GO Guaranteed cargoes, APL said, adding that Latin American shippers with seasonal fresh produce bound for Asia and North America also will have a supply chain solution.
   Booking for the pay-on-demand service is available now for Asia Caribbean Express (ACE), Condor Express (CDX), Caracara Express (CRX), Falcon Express (FCX) and Quetzal Express (QEX). Each week, these services pick up cargoes from the ports of China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Mexico, Guatemala, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Jamaica and Dominican Republic.
   Beginning Dec. 1, Eagle GO Guaranteed will be available for APL’s America Caribbean Express (ACX), West Coast 1 (WC1), West Coast 2 (WC2) services, which serve loading ports in the North American East and West Coasts as well as Central and South America ports in Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Panama.

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