Service Capacity between North and South America
Posted Date: 15 Oct 2013
There are ten shipping services operating from South America to North America (U.S. and Canada). Data from the BlueWater Reporting Capacity Reports illustrate that a total of 3,587 TEUs are allocated weekly from the West Coast of South America to North America and that 12,087 TEUs are allocated weekly from the East Coast of South America to North America.
Additionally, this tool allows individuals to see that out of the six services that allocate capacity from the East Coast of South America to North America, Hamburg Sud and CSAV's East Coast Americas service allocates the most capacity for this trade, while Hamburg Sud's U.S. Gulf/ECSA Service via Cartagena service has the most available weekly reefer plugs. However, this data shows that out of the six shipping services, this particular service has the smallest focus on this trade, allocating around eighteen percent of its capacity for this trade.
For the West Coast of South America to North America trade, Hamburg Sud's WCNA/Central America service is the most focused on this trade, allocating almost half of its capacity for this trade. However, the MSC - Andean Feeder Service still allocates the most capacity.
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