SeacatLine is adding a second vessel to its Costa Rica – Tampa container service, increasing the frequency from fortnightly to weekly.
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 135,000 square-foot cold storage warehouse, currently with 168 reefer plugs, and expanding, as well as dedicated fumigation services, with an adjacent berth, served by two dedicated mobile harbor cranes.
SeacatLine is a division of the Curacao–headquartered Seatrade Group.