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Service as usual with precautionary measures against spread of COVID-19

In Mainland China manufacturing activities are gradually picking up, more port workers and truck drivers are returning to their posts, and cargo flow is easing up at the major coastal ports. In short, business operations have now entered the recovery phase. In South Korea, as of today, terminals are all operating at normal productivity, and trucking and depot activities remain unaffected.

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Operational Impact Due to COVID-19

Please be advised of our latest update on the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Hubei province and impacts to CMA CGM Group’s operations in Greater China. ANL and CMA CGM are closely monitoring the situation to ensure the safety of our employees whilst working towards mitigating any possible impact to our customers’ operations.

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Extending Coverage in North East Asia with CA6

ANL is proud to announce an additional product in the North East Asia Australia trade in CA6. Previously managed under the banner of APL, this service will migrate to ANL as part of the broader brand rationalisation project. By adding this service to the existing North East Asia Australia services in A3N, A3C, A3S and ANZEX, ANL is now able to offer unprecedented coverage of the region.

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PCX Service – ANL Warrnambool 931S – Delayed

Please be advised that the ANL Warrnambool V931S departed USA 34 hours behind schedule due to berth congestion. Berth congestion in Auckland and slow productivity saw her depart 50 hours late. Bad weather between Auckland and Sydney delayed her further and due to berth congestion in Sydney, vessel is expected to berth on 12/9/19 - 1400 HRS.

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