Corpus Christie To Add Venezuela Service

September 2008
Outsourced Logistics;Sep2008, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Port of Corpus Christi entered a memorandum of understanding with Saint Gobain Norpro to establish regular shipping service between the Port of Corpus Christi and Venezuela. Under the agreement, the service would call on the Port of Corpus Christi once a month and bring in about 5,000 tons of super sacked cargo north bound. St. Gobain on the other hand, will utilize 50% of the number nine warehouse and the vessel will berth at the north side general cargo docks.


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