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Not to fear! The ship almost is here!

An employee from one of Guam's two shipping agents wrote this post pictured below with the caption:


"Guam peeps. Don't worry about food or supplies running out. We still have two ships full of containers arriving Tuesday and Wednesday this week from the U.S. Suppliers are still shipping goods weekly. We will be ok. #donotpanic"

The APL Guam employee is right, says APL Guam president Charlie Hermosa. Their ships, fully loaded, are on their way to our docks.


So stop panic hoarding. Actually, stay home. That's the best way we all can beat this virus.




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Better yet, go to marinetraffic.com and look at the interactive map. Find the island of Guam or the CNMI and you can see what ships are in port in real-time. That way you will be able to verify any shipping that arrived. You can also click on the vessel information to see it's schedule.

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Troy, please ask your contact at APL for the ship name? According to that photo you have posted (APL California) vesselfinder.com has this information on it's website:

The current position of APL CALIFORNIA is at South East Asia (coordinates 2.92059 N / 101.2861 E) reported 15 mins ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to the port of Port Klang, and expected to arrive there on Mar 15, 11:00.


The APL Guam is listed as:

The current position of APL GUAM is at China Coast (coordinates 39.00269 N / 117.78655 E) reported 1 min ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to the port of Tianjin Xingang, and expected to arrive there on Mar 16, 01:00.


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