WWL to change the rotation of the three vessels between North and South America
From February 2018, WWL will change the rotation of the three vessels trading between North and South America, the company said in its press release.
There will be two sailings per month on the service running between the ports of Galveston (US) – Veracruz (Mexico) – Cartagena (Colombia) – Manzanillo (Panama) – Callao (Peru) – San Antonio (Colombia) – Paranagua (Brazil) – Santos (Brazil) – Cartagena (Colombia) – Manzanillo (Panama) and back to Galveston (US).
From March 2018, WWL will introduce a third monthly northbound sailing from the South American East Coast to the US Gulf, calling at the ports of Zarate (Argentina) – Paranagua (BR) – Santos (Brazil) – Cartagena (Colombia) – Galveston (US) and Veracruz (Mexico).
The result is an unrivalled three sailings per month service to key ports on the South America to North America trade routes. Monthly direct calls for cargo loading will also return to Zarate (Argentina).
For Manta (Ecuador), Iquique (Chile), Rio Grande (Brazil) and Suape (Brazil), the once-monthly frequency will remain. Calls to Vitoria (Brazil) and other ports will be considered upon request.