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Hapag-Lloyd updates California Central Express service

Hapag-Lloyd announced that the California Central America Express (CCE) service, which connects the West Coast of the United States and Mexico with the West Coast of Central America, will have an important update effective 6 July.

Specifically, the CCE service will undergo a revised rotation and will no longer call at El Salvador’s port of Acajutla.

The updated port rotation of the service will be as follows:

Los Angeles, US -> Mazatlan, Mexico -> Manzanillo, Mexico -> Lazaro Cardenas, Mexico -> Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala -> Corinto, Nicaragua -> Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica-> Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala -> Manzanillo -> Los Angeles

“This adjustment aims to enhance efficiency and reliability in cargo planning and transit along this route,” pointed out Hapag-Lloyd.

The German company has noted below the last sailing of the current rotation including vessel name, voyage, estimated time of arrival (ETA), port name and corresponding week:

Vessel / VoyageETAPortWeek
NYK Joanna V.186 SB6 July 2024Acajutla, SV27

Furthermore, from 9 July, Hapag-Lloyd will cover the port of Acajutla with its new CCM Feeder, calling at Lazaro Cardenas and Acajutla.

The rotation of the new feeder service will be as follows:

The first sailing, including vessel name, voyage, estimated time of departure (ETD), port name and corresponding week, will be as follows:

Vessel / VoyageETDPortWeek
Sprit of Dubai V.001 WB9 July 2024Lazaro Cardenas, MX28
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