New Ocean LCL/FCL Services To Guyana

April 03, 2023

New Ocean LCL/FCL Services To Guyana

 

The team at Envío are delighted to confirm details of our new ocean freight LCL service to Port Georgetown, Guyana. A unique and welcome additional to our Latin American service profile.

In conjunction with our like minded Guyanese partners, and starting this month, we will be providing a fortnightly service with just an 11 day transit time.

Guyana is situated on the north eastern coast of South America, just below the Caribbean, and the country of less than one million people imports around £0.5 billion of goods from the UK annually.

Along with the new LCL offering, we also provide a range of FCL service options at competitive rates. As ever, the services are supported by the high levels of service and market expertise that you would expect from Envío.

The first LCL sailing for the new service to Guyana is:

Vessel:
Luzon Strait

Closes:
17/04

Loads:
18/04

ETD:
23/04

ETA:
04/05

 

 

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