Starting this week, Seaboard Marine will be offering service to and from Belize via Miami, Houston and New Orleans as well as Cristobal, Panama and Puerto Limon, Costa Rica.
All freight charges paid in Panama will be subject to a thirty (30%) percent surcharge effective July 5, 2010.
The newly built M/V Seaboard Pacific (“Pacific”), which is now the largest ship in the Seaboard Marine fleet, passed through the Panama Canal on February 13, and safely arrived this morning at the Port of Miami.
At the request of Enterprise Florida Inc. (EFI), Seaboard’s Jose Perez-Jones helped lead a group of political and business leaders from throughout the state to Panama City, Panama earlier this week.
Due to the continued escalation of fuel prices and other costs, the following Bunker Charge and Panama Canal Surcharge increases as well as new Arica Destination Handling charge will take effect on July 1, 2007.
Seaboard Marine today started a second weekly sailing from the Port of Miami to/from Panama and Costa Rica.