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Hapag-Lloyd Announces Changes to GS1 Service

June 6, 2015

 

With the aim to improve efficiency and quality of the service offered to you, Hapag-Lloyd is pleased to advise some important changes to the GS1 service.

MSC will join the service as a vessel operator providing one vessel. The total fleet size remains at eight 5500 TEU vessels with NYK operating one vessel and Hapag-Lloyd providing six vessels.
Port of Suape, Brazil will be removed.
Port of Sepetiba, Brazil will replace the port of Rio De Janeiro.
The revised rotation of the service will be as follows:

Cartagena • Veracruz • Altamira • Houston • New Orleans • Caucedo • Suape • Santos • Buenos Aires • Montevideo • Rio Grande • Navegantes • Santos • Sepetiba • Cartagena

The changes will take into effect with the following sailings:

Southbound:
Allegoria voyage 1526S
ETA Veracruz: June 26, 2015 - provisional

Northbound:
Chacabuco voyage 1523N
ETA Buenos Aires: July 7, 2015 - provisional

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