Effective July 2021, our Samba service between East Coast of South America and North Europe will structurally stop calls at the ports of Algeciras and Itapoa.
At the same time, we are announcing that these changes will require a temporary suspension of LeHavre for the next 8 weeks.
The above changes are implemented to address challenges presented by severe operational bottlenecks that we continue to observe across all main North European ports.
The first vessel/voyage leaving North Europe with new rotation will be CAP SAN AUGUSTIN v-126S with an ETD in Rotterdam July 1st, 2021.
Further details on the revised Samba rotation below
|Service||East Coast South America to/from North Europe||First Sailing (New Rotation)|
East Coast South America to/from North Europe
Rotterdam – London Gateway – Hamburg – Antwerp – Santos – Paranagua – Buenos Aires – Montevideo – Paranagua – Santos – Port Tangier
First Sailing (New Rotation)
CAP SAN AUGUSTIN v-126S, ETD Rotterdam July 1st
We will continue to serve Itapoa and Le Havre to/from North Europe with following set up
Exports from North Europe to Itapoa: Transhipment via Santos, Brazil
Exports from Itapoa to North Europe: Transhipment via Tangier, Morocco
Le Havre Imports and Exports: Transhipment via Tangier, Morocco
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