ACL Container Tracking

Track up to 20 ACL container shipments for free

What are the best tools for ACL tracking?

When it comes to Atlantic Container Line (ACL) container tracking, the options range from relying on updates from your freight forwarder or manually checking the online ACL cargo tracking portal to using unified visibility solutions that offer comprehensive insights into your supply chain in real-time.

Relying solely on tracking spreadsheets provided by your forwarder can be limiting as the data may quickly become outdated. Similarly, carrier-specific portals may not be effective when managing shipments across different carriers and forwarders or when custom notifications are needed to handle disruptions efficiently. Unified cargo tracking solutions like Beacon enhance the ACL track and trace experience by consolidating all shipment tracking data—whether ocean, air, or road—into one platform. This allows you to set personalized notifications for exceptions, analyze historical data, and optimize lead times to enhance overall supply chain performance.

About Atlantic Container Line (ACL)

Atlantic Container Line (ACL) was founded in 1965 by a consortium of Scandinavian shipping companies. Initially headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, the company is now owned by Grimaldi Group and maintains a headquarters in Westfield, New Jersey. ACL continues to be a leading provider of container transportation services, offering reliable shipping solutions between North America and Europe.

ACL Track and Trace FAQs

What ACL tracking milestones does Beacon provide?

Beacon provides a wide range of container tracking information for ACL shipments. Key milestones include, but are not limited to: Gate in Full, Loaded at POL, Departure from POL, Arrival at POD, Discharged at POD and Gate out Full. Estimated dates and times are available for the container Arrival at POD milestone. Additional milestones allow you to track transshipments through intermediary ports. Information about the ports your containers are traveling to and vessels they are on are also available. 

What is the ACL SCAC code?

The Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC code) for Atlantic Carrier Line is "ACLU."

Where can I find my ACL tracking number?

Your ACL tracking number will be included on the shipping documents provided by the sender or your freight forwarder. The tracking number is usually clearly noted on the bill of lading, shipping confirmation email, and any other documentation related to your shipment.

Who owns Atlantic Container Line?

Atlantic Container Line (ACL) is a subsidiary of the Grimaldi Group (Italy).

When was Atlantic Container Line founded?

ACL was founded in Stockholm in 1965 by Olof Wallenius. 

What kinds of ships does ACL sail?

ACL currently operates a fleet of hybrid ‘ConRO’ ships, carrying a combination of roll-on/roll-off and containerized freight.

How many ships does ACL operate?

ACL currently operates a fleet of 5 ships. 

What shipping routes does ACL operate?

ACL ships operate in the North Atlantic, connecting Europe with North America.