Further to earlier advice, the vessel ANL Gippsland was affected by the recent major Typhoon Lekima and is delayed.
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Please be advised that the ANL Timor Trader V2419N due on the Australian Coast 3rd September will now call Dili prior to Darwin for operational purposes.
Please be advised that the APL Scotland V044N has been significantly delayed as a result of mechanical issues whilst near Melbourne.
Please be advised that the vessel appearing on our schedules as the OOCL TBN 2 in has now been confirmed as the Balbina.
Please be advised that the Kota Lembah V189N that was due on the Australian Coast 21st October will no longer proceed in the rotation and will now be a blank sailing
As a team, we are dedicated to reefer cargo and our reefer fleet is one of the youngest and most advanced in the trade. We provide a wide range of reefer products and services, offering customers an innovative service combining quality and performance at the same time as protecting the environment.
August 9th marks Singapore Independence Day, and this year the celebration is themed ‘Our Singapore’ also celebrating the 200th anniversary of Modern Singapore. Fast forward to 2019, Singapore now stands as Australia’s largest trade and investment partner in the Association of South-Eastern Asian Nations (ASEAN) and eighth largest trading partner overall.
Please be advised that the ANL Elanora V1920 will change rotation and now call Melbourne prior to Sydney. The vessel will call D P World Melbourne and Sydney instead of Hutchison Terminals.
In order to maintain a high standard of service to our customers, ANL will be implementing a rate restoration program from 1st September, 2019 to all customers in Korea, China, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Please be advised that regulatory changes to Sea Cargo Manifests for all cargo arriving on vessels to & from India come into effect as of 1st August 2019. The implementation impacts all cargo imported, exported and including FROB (Freight Remaining on Board) at all Indian Ports.