SeacatLine expands service to Port Tampa Bay 

SeacatLine will add a second vessel to its Costa Rica – Tampa container service, increasing the frequency from fortnightly to weekly.

The M/V Univision will join the M/V Juice Express on the service from Puerto Moin, Costa Rica and is scheduled to make her inaugural call at Port Tampa Bay in mid-June, according to a statement from the Port.

In addition to specializing in refrigerated and dry container shipping services, SeacatLine also accepts break-bulk and project cargoes.

Port Logistics Refrigerated Services provides terminal and stevedoring services at Port Tampa Bay for SeacatLine.

The PLRS terminal facility at Port Tampa Bay includes a new, state-of-the-art, 135,000 square foot cold storage warehouse, 148 reefer plugs and fumigation services with an adjacent berth served by two dedicated mobile harbor cranes. SeacatLine is a division of the Antwerp-headquartered Seatrade Group, one of the world’s largest refrigerated shipping companies.

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