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first_imgPress Release, October 12, 2014 zoom Port EvergladesCrowley Maritime Corporation’s liner services group and Seaboard Marine Ltd., have entered into a new vessel sharing agreement (VSA) in the Dominican Republic trade lane, while also changing their current VSA to Panama and Costa Rica.The new VSA, which commences mid-November, will provide a weekly service on a larger ship moving directly between Port Everglades, Florida, and Rio Haina, Dominican Republic.Concurrently, the existing VSA between Seaboard and Crowley to Panama and Costa Rica will now call only Port Miami starting in mid-November. Both Seaboard and Crowley vessels will arrive weekly at Port Miami on Tuesday evening and sail southbound on Fridays.“These two arrangements permit us to gain efficiencies while enhancing schedule integrity to our customers. Transit times to and from Costa Rica, as an example, will be improved,” said Edward Gonzalez, Seaboard Marine president and CEO. “We are also pleased that we can reduce our carbon footprint by making these changes.”Under the new Dominican Republic agreement, a vessel will discharge and load in Port Everglades each week on Wednesday, then depart for Rio Haina, for arrival on Saturday before departing northbound on Sunday.While Crowley and Seaboard will equally share vessel space, each carrier will continue to provide its full complement of equipment types and other services utilized by their Dominican Republic customers respectively.Seaboard will continue to offer a weekly Sunday sailing from Port Miami to Rio Haina while Crowley will still sail weekly on Sunday from Port Everglades to Rio Haina.last_img read more