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Hapag Lloyd, South America West Coast – North America West Coast – New Setup

Hapag-Lloyd will withdraw Asia South America West Coast (ASW) between Mexico and South America West Coast.

The service will cease operation in May 2018 with the last sailing as follows:

  • MV “MOL PACE” 2902 WB, ETA Valparaiso May 8, 2018.

As we have reported last week, with the new setup of Asia-SAWC Services we offer several alternatives to cover South America West Coast ports to Central America, Mexico and North America.

  • AN2 (Andex 2): MV “MSC Natasha” V-814W, ETA Coronel May 19, 2018.

Asia – Manzanillo – Lazaro Cardenas – Balboa – Buenaventura – Callao – San Antonio – Coronel – Lirquen – San Antonio – Puerto Angamos – Callao – Manzanillo – Asia

  • AME1 (Asia Mexico Express): MV “Kea” V-816WB, ETA Callao May 9, 2018.

Asia – Ensenada – Manzanillo – Puerto Quetzal – Balboa – Buenaventura – Callao – Guayaquil – Buenaventura – Balboa – Lazaro Cardenas – Manzanillo – Ensenada – Asia.

Services connecting to North America West Coast:

MPS (Med Pacific service)                                    CCE (California Central America Express)

 

Source: HL
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