Famous Pacific Shipping Adds Services

Monday, August 10, 2009

Famous Pacific Shipping (FPS) Rotterdam has increased its South American oceanfreight connections with the launch of a new fortnightly consolidation service to Cartagena, Colombia. This service adds to FPS Rotterdam’s existing services to Santos, Buenos Aires, Callao, Valparaiso and Colon.

This new direct fortnightly oceanfreight forwarding service between Rotterdam and Cartagena can handle FCL and LCL shipments and has been developed in connection with FPS Rotterdam’s new partner, MSL Colombia.

Jean Paul van Munster, managing director of FPS Rotterdam, said “We are building on our strong and successful network from Rotterdam to South America serving five ports by adding a sixth destination.

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