Most of the latest Pioneer AV receivers - VSX2021, LX55, etc.. - do support Apple Lossless.
The Onkyos support AAC and all sorts of lossless formates including OGG Vorbis - so surprised it does not mention Apple lossless unless they imply that within AAC support
AAC doesn't mean ALAC support. I own several amps and devices that support FLAC, OGG Vorbis and FLAC, but none of them support ALAC Apple Lossless Audio.
I believe the Logitech Squeezebox offers support, but the Pioneer support is news to me.
Apple Lossless data is stored within an MP4 container with the filename extension .m4a – this extension is also used by Apple for AAC audio data in an MP4 container (same container, different audio encoding). However, Apple Lossless is not a variant of AAC (which is a lossy format), but rather a distinct lossless format that uses linear prediction similar to other lossless codecs such as FLAC and Shorten.
The same lack of support was once apparent for Apple AAC audio files. I think it simply a matter of FLAC and OGG having a head start over Apple's format, but then again, Apple's iTunes and its devices lack support for FLAC and OGG Vorbis.