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Florida International Terminal to receive a new SeaLand service this month

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Florida International Terminal (FIT), a terminal operated by SAAM in Port Everglades-Fort Lauderdale (US), will begin receiving a new service operated by SeaLand this month. The weekly route between South Florida, Honduras and Guatemala is also to offer inland transfers from/to Nicaragua and El Salvador.

Florida International Terminal to receive a new SeaLand service this month

“This new service will enable importers and exporters to reduce transit days and provide mid-week cargo alternatives, thereby efficiently supporting foreign trade between North and Central America,” explained the CEO of FIT, Klaus Stadthagen.

This new service will incorporate the ports of Manzanillo (Panama), Puerto Cortés (Honduras), Santo Tomás (Guatemala) and the US terminals in Port Everglades, Wilmington, Norfolk, Philadelphia and Savannah.

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