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competitive and reliable transit times to over 140 countries around the
world, APL offers a truly global connectivity. Gain access to their
sailing schedules with our comprehensive suite of tools to facilitate
your business planning.
Evergreen Marine Corp.
Since its establishment by Dr Yung-Fa Chang on 1 September 1968,
Evergreen Marine Corp (EMC) has secured its place in shipping history.
Since those early days, it has not only survived, but positively thrived
on hard-work and perseverance, until today it boasts a fleet of over 160
container vessels. Both in terms of the magnitude of its fleet and its
cargo loading capacity, EMC ranks among the world's leading
international shipping companies.
: Hanjin Shipping is Korea's largest and one of the world's
top ten container carriers that operates some 60 liner and tramper
services around the globe transporting over 100 million tons of cargo
annually. Its fleet consists of some 170 containerships and bulk
carriers. With 4 regional headquarters in the U.S., Europe, Asia and
South East & West Asia, approximately 5,800 global staffs as well as 13
container terminals in world's major ports contribute to Hanjin
Shipping's world-class logistics network around the world.
: HMM is an integrated logistics company, operating around
170 state-of-the-art vessels. HMM worldwide global service networks,
Diverse logistics facilities, leading IT shipping related systems, a
professional highly trained staff, and continual effort to provide
premiere transportation services.
: Since it's establishment in 1954, KMTC is the
leading Korean marine transportation company. With more than a half
century of full liner service logistics knowledge, KMTC is continuously
providing top quality services and is steadily building it's vessel
fleets to enlarge it's service boundaries to fully satisfy customer's
: "Orient Overseas Container
Line" and "OOCL" are trade names for transportation provided separately
by: Orient Overseas Container Line Limited ("OOCLL") and OOCL (Europe)
Limited respectively and both are wholly-owned subsidiaries of
Orient Overseas (International)
, a public company (0316) listed on the Hong Kong Stock
Exchange. OOCL is one of the world's largest integrated international
container transportation, logistics and terminal companies. As one of
Hong Kong's most recognized global brands, OOCL provides customers with
fully-integrated logistics and containerized transportation services,
with a network that encompasses Asia, Europe, North America and
P O Nedlloyd
: The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company,
which is generally referred to simply as P&O, was a British shipping and
logistics company that goes way back to the early 19th century and
stayed mainly a shipping company for the initial 140 years of its
To obtain all feasible schedules by insert start location and end
location. The result provides a quick view on feasible next available
sailings. Weekly or monthly long-term schedule can be dispatched to your
email address at your request. HTML, TEXT and XML formats are available.
Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation (Yang Ming) was established on
December 28, 1972. At the end of October 2013, Yang Ming operates a
fleet of 95 vessels with a 5.05-million-D.W.T / operating capacity 410
thousand TEUS, of which container ships are the mains service force.
For your convenience they offer different views of their shipping
schedule. Please choose according to the information you require:
Schedule by Trade
for all schedules sorted and filtered by Trade.
Use Schedule by Line
to search our planned voyages in the next
4+ months. Use Schedule by Vessel
for information on specific
voyage route details. Use Schedule by Port
for all their
arriving and departing vessels.
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