Inspenet, May 29, 2023
Sealand Americas announced that its WCSA Balboa-Peru feeder service called ‘Nuevo Perú’ will once again call at Pisco, Peru and added Puerto Bolívar, Ecuador to its itinerary.
The service will continue to rotate for two weeks, using the 3,003 TEU sister ships “Jens Maersk” and “Jeppesen Maersk”, Alphaliner reported.
Meanwhile, the ‘Nuevo Atacama’ service will include terminals in Panama, Peru and Chile, will rotate in four weeks using four vessels of 3,800 to 4,100 TEUs.
Among them, the “Polar Argentina” of 3,830 TEUs that has been incorporated this week in Balboa to replace the outgoing ship “Maersk Launceston” of 4,500 TEUs.
Sealand Americas connects key destinations with strategic port calls
Specifically, from now on, the ‘Nuevo Perú’ service will call at Balboa, Puerto Bolívar, Pisco, Callao, Paita and Balboa.
Meanwhile, the ‘New Atacama’ will contemplate Balboa, Arica, Iquique, San Antonio, San Vicente, Callao, Balboa.
Source : Maritime World
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