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Hapag-Lloyd changes terminal in Uruguay for GS1 service

Hapag-Lloyd has announced a terminal change at Montevideo, Uruguay for its US Gulf - South America East Coast (GS1) service.

The service will start calling Terminal Cuenca del Plata (TCP) instead of Montecon, according to the company's announcement.

The first vessel that will call Terminal Cuenca del Plata (TCP) in Montevideo is expected to be the 8,000TEU Tempanos with an Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) on 2 November 2021.

The German carrier uses eight vessels of a nominal capacity between 5,500 and 8,000 TEU on the GS1 service, which has the following rotation Veracruz - Altamira - Houston - New Orleans - Cartagena - Suape - Santos - Buenos Aires - Montevideo - Rio Grante - Navegantes.

Additionally, Maersk, Hamburg Süd and ZIM have also space on the ships deployed on the GS1 service.

Antonis Karamalegkos
Managing Editor

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