Austral Asia Line expands Pacific Service

By: | at 02:39 PM | Maritime  

Austral Asia Line is expanding the pendulum general cargo and project cargo Liner service connecting North Asia (China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan) with the Pacific North West / Canada (British Columbia) into the US West Coast.

This service, known as the AAL Pacific Service, will now include LONG BEACH, CA as a regular port of call starting from the AAL SINGAPORE V408E which will be loading through Asia mid-September 2014 – please refer to our commercial schedule on

Having successfully introduced the AAL Pacific Service 18 months ago, the expansion of the service profile into US West Coast port of Long Beach further confirms our commitment to, and trust in, the Asian and North American markets.

Three owned 31,000 DWAT multipurpose heavy lift A-Class vessels, with a combined lifting capacity of 700ts, will operate the service on a monthly frequency calling the ports of Nansha (CN), Shanghai (CN), Dalian (CN), Tianjin (CN), Busan (KR), Kobe/Osaka (JP), Yokohama (JP) – Long Beach (US), Everett (US), Vancouver (US) and Vancouver (CA).


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