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Chile’s port omission in SWX service

Due to operational matters, M/V “Callao Express” - Voyage 8141S / 8141N will omit the port of Puerto Angamos, Chile.

The remaining South America Westcoast coastal schedule is planned as follows:

  • Callao, Peru:                                November 9, Friday 03:00 hrs.
  • Puerto Angamos, Chile:            Omission
  • Valparaiso, Chile:                       November 14, Wednesday 23:00 hrs.
  • Callao, Peru:                                November 19, Monday 23:00 hrs.
  • Buenaventura, Colombia:         November 23, Friday 15:00 hrs.
  • Manzanillo, Panama:                 November 26, Monday 19:00 hrs.
  • Cartagena, Colombia:                November 28, Wednesday 04:00 hrs.
  • Caucedo, Dom. Rep.:                 November 30, Friday 14:00 hrs.

Import cargoes with destination Puerto Angamos will be discharged at Callao, Peru and are due to arrive at final destination Puerto Angamos by M/V “CAP SAN TAINARO” - voyage 8142S.

Likewise, Export cargoes from Puerto Angamos will have to be transferred to the next sailing, i.e. M/V “CAP SAN TAINARO” - voyage 8141N.


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