Ocean Freight Services to Europe and USA

Evergreen Line is inviting Guatemalan exporters to a presentation of their sea routes.  

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

From a statement from the Guatemalan Exporters Association:

"As a service to users, Evergreen Line, a group of shipping companies will present on Wednesday, December 11, 2013, at 8:00 am in AGEXPORT, its different services as one of the suppliers of maritime cargo on the market, for those destined for Europe and the U.S.

Evergreen Line operates the fourth largest fleet of container vessels in the world with more than 180 ships with capacity of approximately 650,000 TEU (Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit).

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