Operations Team, Latin America
"By providing operational updates for Latin America, we seek to enhance transparency and optimize the information flow, empowering our customers to better manage and supervise the movement of their cargo."
California Central America Express (CCE)
US Gulf - South America East Coast (GS1)
South America - Asia / Loop 1 (AN1)
Asia to South America Eastcoast Service / Loop 2 (AS2)
South America - Asia / Loop 2 (AN2)
Asia Mexico Express (AME1 also known as TPM)
Asia Latin America Service (JCS)
North Europe - South America Westcoast Service (SWX)
West Coast South America Express (MSW)
Mediterranean to South America Eastcoast (MSE) Northbound
Caribbean Express Service (CES)
South America East Coast Service (SEC)
West Coast South America 2 (WS2) service
WCSA Feeder 3 (WS3)
WCSA Feeder 4 (WS4)
North Europe-South America East Coast (ECX) Service
Gulf Caribbean (GCS) service
Gulf Caribbean 2 (GC2) service
Atlantic Loop 4 (AL4)
Conosur Service (CON)
Mediterranean Gulf Express (MGX)
Atlantic Loop 5 (AL5)
South America - Africa Triangle (SAT)
Chile Port Status:
Mexico Port Status:
Brazil Port Status:
Panama Port Situation:
Our Online Business section allow you to track your shipment or container, get tariffs and quotations and buy additional freetime.
For faster BL release at destination, you can switch from OBL to SWB, if any assistance needed please reach out to your customer service documentation team.
For payments, you can use our online payment options explained in the separate “Related CustomerNEWS” section by country. If you cannot find information that you are looking for, please reach out to your local customer service department here.
Remember to use our e-tools (Web-Booking and EASI) for submitting bookings and Shipping Instructions as well as our Hapag-Lloyd Navigator Dashboard to view all of your shipment information on one single screen.
With your cargo planning in mind, please be informed about the latest developments in the payment modality for imports and exports to and from Argentina. Please take note of the following changes:
This measure is in line with the updated foreign exchange market regulations.
To assist with your cargo planning, we have listed below the first vessels to which this change will apply with their Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) and the corresponding ports of departure:
For your reference, the above are temporary measures, and we will update you of the developments as soon as they are available.