Sealand – A Maersk Company, has announced enhancements of the WCCA, WCCA2, and Peru Feeder services. These products aim to offer reliability and higher frequency in the trades between the West Coast of South America, Central America, and the U.S. West Coast. They are completing the offer with the new Peru Feeder service providing regular sailings from the main ports in Peru, connecting them with their main hub in Balboa and the entire Sealand network.
The reconfiguration of their services are aimed to benefit their customers with:
- New port coverage in Guayaquil and Puerto Bolivar in Ecuador
- Two weekly calls in Puerto Quetzal in Guatemala
- Best-in-class transit time between Ecuador and ports in California
- Dedicated and efficient Sealand vessels with high-reefer capacity
- Dedicated feeder service covering Peru’s main ports: Callao, Paita and Pisco
The first sailing under this enhanced WCCA service will be on November 27th, departing from the Port of Balboa on the vessel Cap Patton. The WCCA service’s rotation is as follows: Balboa – Corinto – Acajutla – Puerto Quetzal – Lazaro Cardenas – Port Hueneme – Long Beach-Lazaro Cardenas – Acajutla – Corinto.
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WCCA 2 Service
The first sailing under this enhanced WCCA 2 service will be on November 28th, departing from the Port of Balboa on the vessel Sealand Los Angeles. The WCCA 2 service’s rotation is as follows: Guayaquil – Puerto Bolivar – Balboa – Puerto Caldera – Puerto Quetzal – Port Hueneme – Oakland – Los Angeles-Lazaro Cardenas – Puerto Quetzal – Balboa.
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Peru Feeder service
The first sailing under the Peru Feeder service will be on November 25th, departing from the Port of Balboa on the vessel Meridian. The Peru Feeder service’s rotation is as follows: Paita- Balboa – Esmeraldas – Pisco – Callao.
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Source: Sealand Maersk