OOCL Container Tracking

Track up to 20 OOCL container shipments for free

What are the best tools for OOCL cargo tracking?

When it comes to Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) track and trace, you have options ranging from using spreadsheets from your freight forwarder to manually checking OOCL's online cargo tracking portal, or leveraging unified visibility solutions for real-time supply chain insights.

Relying solely on spreadsheets or carrier-specific portals may hinder efficient shipment management or disrupt handling across different carriers and forwarders. Beacon’s cargo tracking solution, on the other hand, consolidates all shipment information into a single platform, enabling customized notifications for exceptions, detailed analysis of tracking milestones, and optimization of lead times to enhance overall supply chain performance.

About OOCL

Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) was founded in 1947 in Hong Kong by Tung Chao-yung. OOCL grew to become one of the world's largest container shipping and logistics companies. In 2018, OOCL was acquired by COSCO Shipping Holdings, a Chinese state-owned enterprise, and is now a subsidiary of COSCO Shipping Group.

OOCL Track and Trace FAQs

What OOCL tracking milestones does Beacon provide?

Beacon provides a wide range of container tracking information for OOCL shipments. Key milestones include: 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 container arrivals and departures. 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.

Who owns OOCL?

OOCL is owned by COSCO Shipping Holdings, a Chinese state-owned enterprise after being acquired in 2018.

How many containers can the OOCL Hong Kong carry?

The OOCL Hong Kong has a container capacity of 21,413 TEUs. At the time of construction in 2017, it was the largest container ship in the world.

What is the SCAC code for OOCL?

The Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC) for OOCL is "OOLU." This unique two-to-four-letter code is used in the transportation industry to identify carriers such as shipping lines, railroads, and trucking companies. You can use the SCAC code "OOLU" when dealing with logistics and shipping documentation related to OOCL.

What shipping alliance is OOCL in?

OOCL (Orient Overseas Container Line) is a member of THE Alliance, one of the major container shipping alliances in the industry. THE Alliance was formed in 2016 and consists of Hapag-Lloyd, Yang Ming, and ONE (Ocean Network Express). The shipping lines cooperate to enhance efficiency and competitiveness in container shipping services through the sharing of vessel capacity and optimization of routes.