APL

APL is the world’s seventh-largest container shipping company founded in 1848 with approximately 150 vessels, operating in over 140 ports worldwide. The company employs more than 13,000 individuals.

APL, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore-based NOL Group, is now a part of CMA CGM following CMA CGM's 2016 acquisition of NOL. CMA CGM said that it will continue to maintain and develop the APL brand.

19 May 2017
CMA CGM returned to the black in the first quarter.
23 Aug 2016
No surprises as a weak October encourages G6 to withdraw sailings on major east-west trades.
Incheon Port, pictured, in the first half recorded its largest ever throughput for a half-year period with 1.24 million TEUs.
22 Aug 2016
The new CC1-CC2 was made from the merging of two Asia-North America West Coast Central China products into a new Central China Combo service.
09 Aug 2016
Zhao Hongzhou, a former general manager at China Shipping Container Lines, has been tapped to lead the integration of of APL’s greater China operations into CMA CGM.
18 Jul 2016
CMA CGM Monday closed its all-cash offer for Neptune Orient Lines.
14 Jun 2016
CMA CGM named a new CEO and CFO for NOL.
09 Jun 2016
CMA CGM takes yet another major step toward its NOL acquisition.
06 Jun 2016
French container line launches all-cash offer for NOL shares.
24 May 2016
APL has unveiled a new tool to help shippers understand SOLAS around the globe.
06 May 2016
“The difficult market condition is prompting consolidation and changes in alliances in the industry. While APL continues to make progress in taking out costs and improving yield, the proposed acquisition of APL by CMA CGM will help APL achieve scale to stay competitive in the industry,” NOL Group President and CEO Ng Yat Chung said.
29 Apr 2016
CMA CGM, the third-largest global container line, got the go-ahead on Friday from the European Union to acquire Neptune Orient Lines, the parent company of APL, but with one condition.
SOLAS verified gross mass VGM IMO container weights APL
25 Apr 2016
U.S. agriculture exporters’ push for a so-called “rational” method to a new container-weighing rule suffered a blow after APL said in a guidance to shippers that it wouldn't allow customers to provide the weight of goods and packaging to the container line, which would then add that figure to the tare weight of the container.