APL Introduces New Pacific China Express Service

Wednesday, May 10, 2006
International container shipping carrier APL, has introduced to customers in the Greater China market its new Pacific China Express (PCX) service commencing early May 2006. The new weekly service will depart from Ningbo (Mon) and will call at Shanghai (Tues/Weds), Pusan (Thurs/Fri), Los Angeles (Tues/Wed/Thurs) and Oakland (Fri). The mid-week departure from Shanghai complements existing services departing on Sunday and Monday and will offer greater flexibility for customers. The PCX Service will provide transit times from Shanghai to Los Angeles of 13 days with the same for the reverse journey, which are among the industry’s fastest.
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