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Hapag-Lloyd adds Colombian port calls in its GCS service

Hapag-Lloyd has announced it will update its Gulf - Caribbean Service (GCS) in order to improve its coverage of the Colombian due to market demand.

The revised service of the Hamburg-based line will now call at the Port of Santa Marta twice in its weekly rotation, significantly enhancing the company's network in the region.

This new call will provide direct import/export services from/to the US/MX Gulf and Central America Atlantic, as well as global connectivity through our hubs in Cartagena, Manzanillo and Caucedo, according to the carrier's announcement.

The updated service will launch its new rotation from the next month in the 22nd week.

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