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Hapag-Lloyd strengthens its Carribean service

Hapag-Lloyd will enhance its weekly Caribbean Express Service (CES) with the addition of a sixth vessel on the service rotation.

In addition, the German carrier has announced a combination of North Europe and one port of call at the US East Coast – Westbound only as a primary service into Norfolk, VA in addition to the existing Atlantic-Service AL1.

The new rotation of the CES will be London Gateway – Rotterdam – Antwerp – Norfolk, VA (US) – Kingston – Willemstad – Oranjestad – Santa Marta – Puerto Limon – Caucedo – London Gateway

The new rotation will be effective from the voyage 048S of the 2,556TEU Emden with an estimated date of arrival at London Gateway on 22 November 2020.

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