Hapag-Lloyd announces Port Lafito as new port of call

Thursday, September 13th, 2018 – Port Lafito is proud to announce Hapag-Lloyd will be calling on Haiti’s first and only Panamax Port! A press release issued by Hapag-Lloyd to its customers reads as follows:

“In an effort to increase import coverage for our customers we will improve our service scope in Haiti by introducing the new weekly Haiti Express service calling Port Lafito. We will also continue to call Port-au-Prince. The rotation will be as follows: Kingston, JM – Santo Tomas, GT – Belize, BZ – Kingston, JM – Port-au-Prince, HT – Port Lafito, HT – Kingston, JM. The first sailing from Jamaica will be the CFS Pacora 312, estimated departure from Kingston on September 18, 2018.” – Hapag-Lloyd (As agent of Hapag-Lloyd AG).

About Hapag-Lloyd AG: is a transnational German-based transportation company. It is composed of a cargo container shipping line, Hapag-Lloyd AG. The container transport arm of Hapag-Lloyd AG is currently the world’s fifth largest container carrier in terms of vessel capacity.

The company was formed in 1970 by the merger of two German transportation/maritime companies, Hamburg America Line (HAPAG), which dated from 1847, and Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL) or North German Lloyd (NGL), which was formed in 1856.