Live RCL Container Tracking
Click on the blue button in the sidebar to quickly and easily trace and track the progress of your RCL consignments.
All you have to do is enter your container number(s) and you will be provided with real-time information.
How To Track Your RCL Cargo Container?
No matter what the dimensions or size of your RCL cargo, keeping track of it is easy and straightforward.
Even if you are transporting refrigerated or perishable goods in a reefer container or heavy, bulky machinery on a platform or even liquids in a tank container, your RCL agent should still be able to provide you with a unique container code to stay updated as to its current progress.
Your container code is uniquely defined by 11 digits, the first four being letters, the last 7 being numbers.
About Regional Container Lines (RCL), Thailand
The following information is provided courtesy of the main RCL Containers website:
Regional Container Lines (RCL) started as a Common Feeder Operator, operating its first feeder container ship in 1979 between Bangkok and Singapore.
Presently, RCL owns and operates 40 container vessels covering more than 60 destinations in Asia, Australasia and the Middle East.
RCL will increasingly expand its feeder services and container liner business in Asia through the provision of high quality container shipping services with reliable fix day sailings, fast transit, the deployment of modern and high specification container ships and customer service information technology.
RCL fleet size ranges from 500 TEUs to 2,732 TEUs. Strict manning and maintenance standards for the entire RCL fleet are provided by experienced technical team in RCL Ship management, a subsidiary of RCL.
The ship management company and the entire RCL owned fleet have achieved ISM certification since 1998, well ahead of the mandatory 2002 ISM deadline.
How To Trace Other Shipping Lines
Click on any of the following links to find the location of any other container shipments.
- Arkas Line
- China Shipping
- CMA CGM
- Emirates Shipping Line
- Hamburg Sud
- Hapag Lloyd
- K Line
- Kuehne and Nagel
- MCC Transport
- Wan Hai
- Yang Ming
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