Ramps Logistics launches new cargo service in Guyana

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Ramps Logistics is now offering its new “Less Than a Container Load” (LCL) direct service from Miami to Guyana.

“We have realized the increased need for this service since the COVID-19 Pandemic has slowed global business operations,” the company said. “Many companies’ supply chains are not operating at full capacity. Instead of importing and exporting large amounts of cargo, they are now limiting their expenses. LCL shipping of cargo has allowed thousands of shippers to move their cargo at economical prices when they cannot fill an entire full container load (FCL) solely by themselves.”

Ramps said its LCL Service directly from Miami to Guyana is convenient and inexpensive. “Starting on 16th March 2021, sailings will occur every two weeks, and a transit time of 12 days is expected,” the company stated.

This service can accommodate both individuals and companies alike, Ramps said, and allows customers to move cargo to Guyana in less than a container load, inexpensively, securely, and on time.

Since 2015, Ramps Logistics has provided the full complement of cross-border logistics services to oil and gas companies operating in Guyana. The company has also expanded its services to include Suriname as deepwater exploration activities ramp up.


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