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Saipan! The ship is in!


By Nancy I. Maanao


(Tumon, Guam) Store shelves looking empty? Worried you'll run out of food and (ahem) toilet paper? Not to fear. APL is here!


Actually, the APL Saipan is on Saipan right now, unloading its ship full of containers to restock the store shelves of the NMI. In this video, you can see gantry cranes already off loading containers and workers guiding the process.


According to Charlie Hermosa, president of APL Guam, that ship will be coming to Guam, along with another ship full of containers, before heading out to the other islands of Micronesia.


There's no need to panic and hoard, Micronesia. APL has our back.




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By the way, vesselfinder.com showed that it was in Yokohama Japan on Mar 13 th, for 11hours and before that it was in Busan Korea on Mar 9th, for 21hours (under the port call listings).

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Confirmed it on www.vesselfinder.com


The current position of APL SAIPAN is at East Asia (coordinates 34.10667 N / 139.85504 E) reported 3 days ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to the port of Saipan, sailing at a speed of 20.0 knots and expected to arrive there on Mar 16, 20:00.

The vessel APL SAIPAN (IMO: 9239850, MMSI 367759670) is a Container Ship built in 2002 (18 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of USA.


In the future if anyone wants to track the arrival of cargo ships, there are plenty of websites online to do that.

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