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2010/08/10/(Tue)

APL starts new direct US West Coast service at ICTSI Japanese terminal [Seaport]

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Naha International Container Terminal, Inc. (NICTI), a subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) managing the international container terminal at the Port of Naha in Okinawa, Japan, welcomed a new US West Coast direct service by American President Lines (APL). The PS5 service is an all US flag service, which plies the ports of San Pedro and Oakland, California; Duth Harbor, Alaska; Pusan, South Korea; and Yokohama and Naha, Japan. APL deployed five vessels: APL Korea, APL Thailand, APL China, APL Philippines and APL Singapore. All five vessels, the largest vessels to call at Naha, each have a length of over 900 feet and capacity of almost 5,000 TEUs. Photo shows vessel APL Korea berthing at the Naha International Container Terminal. ICTSI, based in Manila, Philippines, is a leading port management company involved in the operations and development of 21 marine terminals and port projects in 15 countries worldwide.

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