APL’s new ocean route connects China and Southeast Asia

APL will begin a new weekly service linking China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand on November 14th.

According to APL’s vice president of Intra-Asia Trade, Jason Wong, the new service is APL’s response to the ever-increasing requirement for direct-call service to key Asian growth markets.

The new China Indonesia Straits service will deploy four 3,000 TEU vessels calling at the following ports: Shanghai (Waigaoqiao) > Ningbo > Xiamen > Chiwan > Singapore > Jakarta > Surabaya > Jakarta > Port Klang (Westport) > Singapore > Laem Chabang > Shanghai.

The China Indonesia Straits service is the third new dedicated Intra-Asia service introduced by APL since 2009.  It will be among the industry’s fastest from China into Jakarta and Surabaya.

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