Shipping and Logistics
Central America Northern Zone
Between the U.S. East Coast, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador
Crowley is the premier container shipping company serving the Central America northern zone countries of Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador. With Crowley’s Speed to Market you can ship your export cargo on three weekly, fixed-day direct sailings from Port Everglades, Fla., to Santo Tomas, Guatemala, and Puerto Cortes, Honduras. Overland truck service is provided to Managua, Nicaragua, and San Salvador, El Salvador. Import shipping services to the United States are also provided from those countries three times a week.
We can ship your apparel and related components like fabric, cotton, yarn, buttons and zippers (807 / 9802 cargo), along with refrigerated (reefer) perishables and frozen goods such as shrimp, seafood, melons, snow peas and more, along with construction equipment, including project cargo and NIT cargo , vehicles ranging from cars, trucks, vans to sport utility vehicles (SUVs) , department store merchandise (DSM), and freight of all kinds (FAK) on Crowley Lift-on/Lift-off (Lo/Lo) ships. Shippers can utilize high-cube containers, trailers, garment-on-hanger (GOH) containers, refrigerated (reefer) containers and other specialized equipment.
Crowley's frequent, reliable service and expert personnel can expedite your shipments like no one else. And Crowley’s logistics group provides less than container load (LCL) shipping services for small shipments, as well as specialized apparel transportation services , warehousing at our distribution centers throughout Central America and Florida, and regional trucking in Central America.
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