Total Terminals International Welcomes NACSA Service to Seattle

Total Terminals International welcomed the first NACSA (North America, Central, and South America) service call to its T46 terminal in Seattle on Nov. 2, 2009, with the arrival of CSAV’s M/V Venezuela.

NACSA is a South/ Central America service comprised of Hamburg Sud, CCNI and CSAV that is now calling at TTI-Seattle each Monday. The combined volume will be about 18,000 containers per year. Port rotation is Seattle, Vancouver, Long Beach, Manzanillo, Lazaro Cardenas, Long Beach, Oakland, and Seattle.

TTI Vice President of Customer Service and Sales Frank Capo spoke about the new business.

“TTI is pleased to announce the addition of the NACSA vessel sharing agreement (VSA) service to our Terminal 46 facility in Seattle,” Capo said. “We feel fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Hamburg Sud, CCNI and CSAV and handle the Seattle calls for their South/ Central America to USWC service. These three carriers have a long-established strong presence in the north/ south trade. We, at TTI, feel privileged to now be a part of it.”

Total Terminals International is a full-service, third-party container terminal operator. TTI handles container traffic through its U.S. West Coast leased and managed terminals in Long Beach, Oakland and Seattle, which total 586 acres. For additional information about TTI, visit www.totalterminals.com.”

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