SeaLand has announced the expansion of the West Coast Central America (WCCA) offering with the WCCA and WCCA2 services as of July 2018 (subject to FMC approval).
The services’ re-designed rotations will provide competitive transit times, service reliability, and assist in serving the Intra-Americas market better.
Other benefits of the WCCA and WCCA2 network includes:
• Four (4) sailings a week out of California including Long Beach, Oakland, Los Angeles and Hueneme
• The re-designed services offer a direct connection to/from California to Costa Rica as well as to/from Mexico to Costa Rica
• Access to Port Hueneme – a port specialized in servicing refrigerated cargo
• A total of 9 vessels with high-plug intake
The first sailing of the re-designed WCCA and WCCA2 services is scheduled to begin in July 2018 (subject to FMC approval).
The service’s rotations will be:
WCCA: Los Angeles, Port Hueneme, Lazaro Cardenas, Puerto Quetzal, Acajutla, Balboa, Paita, Guayaquil, Balboa, Caldera, Puerto Quetzal, Lazaro Cardenas, Ensenada
• To download the maps of the WCCA service, click here.
WCCA2: Long Beach, Oakland, Lazaro Cardenas, Corinto, Caldera, Balboa, Corinto, Acajutla, Lazaro Cardenas