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APL boosts Asian services

APL has launched two weekly services to increase its market coverage across China, Southeast Asia and the Indian Subcontinent.

 

Asia Subcontinent Express 6 (AS6)

The two loops will directly connect Central and South China to Pakistan’s Karachi port, as well as linking India to China.

The Asia Subcontinent Express 6 (AS6) service will connect China’s Nansha district to Karachi. The service will call at the Chinese ports of Shanghai, Ningbo, Shekou and Nansha; Singapore; Port Klang in Malaysia; Nhava Sheva in India and Karachi.

The first AS6 sailing of the AS6 is scheduled to depart from Shanghai on November 15.

Asia Subcontinent Express 7 (AS7)

 

The Asia Subcontinent Express 7 (AS7) is scheduled to commence sailing from Shanghai on November 14. The ports of call include Shanghai, Ningbo, Fuzhou, Shekou (China), Singapore, Port Klang, Colombo (Sri Lanka), Karachi and Mundra.

www.apl.com

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