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APL ups Intra-Asia Trade connectivity with new China Southeast Asia Service


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APL has announced the launch of a new China Southeast Asia (CSE) Service – a direct service that links North and Central China to the Southeast Asian markets of Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines.

Designed to facilitate the thriving trade between China and Southeast Asia, APL’s new CSE service will be synonymous with fast transit time. Shipments on board the CSE service from Bangkok and Laem Chabang to Manila will arrive in four and three days respectively. Shippers can expect cargo delivery from Manila to the Chinese ports of Qingdao and Shanghai in four and six days respectively.

Commencing its first sailing from Qingdao on 12 February, the CSE service will call the ports of Qingdao, Shanghai, Ho Chi Minh, Bangkok, Laem Chabang and Manila.


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