ANL Announces Revised AAX1 Service

ANL has announced that from 1st May 2020, AAX1 will withdraw from the direct call to Laem Chabang.

Through their dedicated feeders, they will continue to offer multiple weekly departures to and from Laem Chabang and Bangkok via the main hubs of Singapore and Port Kelang.

With the revised AAX1 service, customers will continue to have comprehensive port coverage throughout South East Asia, the Indian Sub-Continent and the Middle East with competitive transit times both to and from Australia.

The new rotation will commence on CSAV TOCONAO 19S / 21N ETA Tanjung Pelepas 3rd May 2020 and arrive in Fremantle 15th May 2020.

Known to facilitate worldwide shipments across the CMA CGM Group network of 420 ports, ANL’s AAX1 service will include the following changes:

  • Rotation: Tanjung Pelepas (Mon), Port Kelang (Wed), Singapore (Sat), Fremantle (Sun), Adelaide (Sun), Melbourne (Fri), Sydney (Tue), Brisbane (Fri), Tanjung Pelepas (Mon)
  • 6 x 8500 TEU vessels (3 x ANL operated)
  • Fast transit times from South East Asia to both Fremantle and Adelaide
  • 42-day rotation
AAX1 Port Rotation Map
AAX1 Port Rotation Map

Source: ANL