Maersk Line to consolidate South America operations

The container shipping line announces service changes in East Coast of South America to Europe trade

Maersk Line to consolidate South America operations

In view of the continuously evolving trading conditions and to continue to meet changing customer needs, effective October 2017 Maersk Line will consolidate its current service setup between the East Coast of South America and Europe.

New ECSA-EUR setup will consolidate into two weekly services:

SAMBA: Rotterdam (Netherlands) – London Gateway (United Kingdom) – Hamburg (Germany) – Antwerp (Belgium) – Le Havre (France) – Algeciras (Spain) – Santos (Brazil) – Paranagua (Brazil) – Buenos Aires (Argentina) – Montevideo (Uruguay) – Itapoa (Brazil) – Paranagua (Brazil) – Santos (Brazil) – Pecem* (Brazil) – Tangiers (Morocco)

The first new SAMBA call will be in Rotterdam on Thursday September 28th, vessel “Cap San Lorenzo”.

BOSSA NOVA extended into MED: Malta (Malta) – Genoa (Italy) – Barcelona (Spain) – Valencia (Spain) – Algeciras (Spain) – Salvador (Brazil) – Sepetiba (Brazil) – Santos (Brazil) – Itapoa (Brazil) – Buenos Aires (Argentina) – Rio Grande (Brazil) – Itajai (Brazil) – Itapoa (Brazil) – Santos (Brazil) – Sepetiba (Brazil) – Tangiers (Morocco) – Algeciras (Spain)

The first new BOSSA NOVA call will be in Malta on Friday October 06th, vessel CC Magdalena.

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