An improved service between North and South America
WW Ocean is expanding its ocean service between North and South America by adding new ports and more frequent sailings.
WW Ocean has added a number of new ports to the trade route between North and South America.
Improvements include a new direct service from Baltimore in the US, Santa Marta and Cartagena in Colombia, to the South American west coast ports of Callao in Peru, and Iquique and San Antonio in Chile.
WW Ocean will also now call at the Mexican port of Altamira and the Brazilian port of Rio de Janeiro, with twice monthly sailings to Altamira and monthly sailings to Rio de Janeiro.
In addition to these new port calls, WW Ocean will continue to operate three sailings a month from Galveston, US, and Veracruz, Mexico, to Panama, as well as twice monthly southbound routes to Callao in Peru, San Antonio in Chile and Santos in Brazil.
Meanwhile, northbound routes from South to North America continue with three sailings a month from Santos, and one to two calls a month from the ports of Zarate in Argentina and Rio Grande, Paranaguá, Suape and Miguel de Oliveira in Brazil, to Catagena in Colombia, Manzanillo in Panama, Veracruz in Mexico and Galveston in the US.
“These new ports of call combined with our frequent sailings means that WW Ocean can meet the demands of customers looking to move their products between North and South America. Our regular and direct routes offer an unrivalled service for our customers,” explains Flavio Batista, WW Ocean’s head of sales North America.