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APL celebrates 100th voyage for Guam & Saipan

Posted: May 15, 2018 4:21 PM Updated:

One of the world's leading ocean carriers is marking a milestone this week. The APL celebrates its 100th voyage servicing Guam and Saipan with one if its heaviest loads to date - more than 400 containers.

APL returned service to Guam and Saipan on New Year's Day 2016. A year later, the company added a second ship for weekly service.

According to APL, "It is through our prospering local business partners and their strong support that APL is able to achieve this large milestone. APL continues to deliver on our guarantee to seamlessly connect customers with the US Mainland or anywhere else in our Global Network."

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