We have important service updates for you: starting mid-August, 2021, we will be restructuring the vessel deployment of our service linking the East and West Coast of South America, Conosur (CON).
In order to enhance your service experience in Puerto Madryn and Bahia Blanca, Argentina, we will restructure the service’s deployment. These changes will allow us to perform a more reliable coverage from our Patagonian ports and all ports within our Conosur service.
Here’s an overview of the changes: we will withdraw Conosur main vessel operations from both Patagonian ports. However, we will deploy a feeder that will keep offering the service in a bi-weekly basis, performing transshipment operations in Montevideo (TPC and Montecon terminals). Connectivity to Asia, Europe and Latam will not be affected.
Conosur is currently being deployed with seven vessels instead of the former eight vessels deployment. Be aware that the usual non-Argentinian operations will not be impacted, as vessels will keep same berth windows and the Patagonia withdrawal will provide more flexibility in case of contingencies.
The last Conosur vessels calling Patagonia ports will be BOMAR BEIJING 134, calling Puerto Madryn and Bahia Blanca, on August 16 and 21 respectively.
The first feeder vessels calling Patagonia ports will be MADRID TRADER 134, calling Puerto Madryn, Bahia Blanca and Montevideo, on August 27, September 1 and September 7 respectively.
If you require more information related to the above changes, please visit the Online Business Suite in the Hapag-Lloyd website. As an alternative, please contact our customer service team at your location who will be glad to guide you based on your individual situation.