CaroTrans, a global non-vessel operating common carrier and ocean freight consolidator, has resumed its direct, 26-day, all-water Rotterdam to Los Angeles import service.
CaroTrans says that over the last few months the lingering US West Coast port congestion has eased, which enabled the resumption of this weekly import service.
The resumed service complements CaroTrans network of direct import services from Rotterdam including service to: Chicago, Charleston, Miami, New York and Houston.
CaroTrans partners with Cleve & Zonen in the Netherlands and Belgium for these services.
“The resumption of this service represents stable conditions at US West Coast Ports which allows for the reinstatement of the Los Angeles gateway. Shippers require direct, reliable service options to ensure supply chain integrity and effective management of associated transportation costs,” said Greg Howard, CEO of CaroTrans.
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