RCL Container Tracking

Track up to 20 Regional Container Lines (RCL) container shipments for free

What are the best tools for RCL cargo tracking?

When it comes to Regional Container Lines (RCL) track and trace, you have options ranging from using spreadsheets from your freight forwarder to manually checking RCL'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 Regional Container Lines (RCL)

Regional Container Lines (RCL) was founded in 1979 in Thailand by Captain Suthiphand Chirathivat. RCL was established as a regional container shipping company, initially focusing on Southeast Asia. Today, RCL remains headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand, and operates as an independent container shipping line, serving key routes in Asia and beyond.

RCL Tracking FAQs

What is the SCAC code for Regional Container Lines?

The Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC) for Regional Container Lines (RCL) is "REGU." 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 "REGU" when dealing with logistics and shipping documentation related to Regional Container Lines.

When was Regional Container Lines (RCL) founded?

RCL was founded in 1979.

How big is RCL's fleet?

As of 2024, RCL reports operating a fleet of 41 container ships that range in capacity from 400 to 12,000 TEU.

What routes does RCL service?

Regional Container Lines operates routes connecting Northern Asia, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, East Africa and the Middle East.