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SWX Service – Cap San Sounio Voyage 8122S/8122N

We would like to inform you about the current situation of MV “Cap San Sounio” Voyage 8122S/8122N:

Vessel was detained in the port of Callao by Peruvian Customs after a routine inspection.

The vessel left the port of Callao yesterday and is now heading to Valparaiso.

Puerto Angamos will be omitted. Import cargo will be discharged in Valparaiso and transshipped to Antofagasta for final delivery.

The schedule recovery plan for this vessel is as follows:

Puerto Angamos, CL:    Omitted
Valparaiso, CL:              ETA July 8th 20:00 Hrs. – ETD July 11th 20:00 Hrs.
Callao, PE:                    Omit
Buenaventura, CO:        ETA July 17th 06:00 Hrs. – ETD July 18th 12:00 Hrs.
Manzanillo, PA:              Omit
Cartagena, CO:             ETA July 21th 06:00 Hrs. – ETD July 22th 18:00 Hrs.
Caucedo, DO:               Omit

Rotterdam, NL:             ETA August 2nd 06:00 Hrs.

This schedule recovery plan is subject to changes.

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