Enter the ACL Container Tracking or bill of lading No in our track and trace tool below.
Atlantic Container Line (ACL) Customer Support:-
Telephone Number: (908) 518-5300
Contact Email: [email protected]
Usual Tracking Number Format: Prefixes ACLU, ACLZ and Contains Both Digits, letters
ACL’s pioneering attitude has been the driving reason behind the company’s success in the North Atlantic Trade and as one of the most well-known companies in ocean transportation for more than 50 years.
In the year 1965, five major European steamship firms formed a coalition to help finance the large capital investment required to build and operate an innovative fleet of roll-on/roll-off containerships. This historic container-age union led to the formation of the Atlantic Container Line (ACL), which serves the trade between Europe and North America’s East Coast. The Atlantic Span is the first of four G-1 (first generation) ships built by ACL. These 700 TEU Roll-on/Roll-off (RORO) containerships are the first of their kind in the world, and they are revolutionizing transportation.
As of March 2020, ACL has successfully transitioned its offices and workers to an unprecedented work-from-home business environment due to the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global economy. The Malta ensign has been applied to all five ACL G-4 vessels.
ACL’s commitment to environmental awareness and sustainability. With ACL’s new, greener G4 vessels, they provide efficient transportation services that reduce negative environmental impact, cutting emissions per TEU by 65 percent.
Furthermore, they are offering my ACL service. A simple and quick way to keep track of your container shipment’s movements. Register, and you’ll have real-time access to everything you need to know about your container! Obtain invoices, and bills of lading, and submit VGMs.
How do you track ACL containers?
You can track and trace your container by using trackingsinfo online tracker. Just put your tracking number or bill of lading no in the above box.
What does ACL shipping stand for?
The Italian Grimaldi Group owns Atlantic Container Line, a former Swedish shipping concern based in the United States. Between Europe and North America, the firm operates big roll-on/roll-off (RORO) container ships.