Expansion over the years has seen tremendous growth of the E.W.L. services, both in ships capacity, service destinations and the professional team of people around it. Having expanded their fleet to 7 x 1000 teu vessels.
In accordance to the demand of the serving markets EWL has founds it's direct way to the German markets by adding Bremerhaven to the direct port calls in their sailing schedule.
E.W.L. offers sailings between Europe and Suriname, Guyana, Trinidad, Barbados, Curaçao, Aruba, Venezuela, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras Belize and Nicaragua and vice versa.
To offer a wider scope of destinations E.W.L. has also transport possibilities to inland destinations in the above mentioned countries.
Cross trade agreements are firmly in place to offer a second to none service on shipments between the Mediterranian, Africa, Australia, Far and Middle East. E.W.L operates all these services on fully containerised, LCL and conventional basis. All types of equipment are on hand from 20' and 40' dry vans, open tops, high cubes, flat racks, ventilated boxes, pallet wides and reefers.
The dedicated service of E.W.L. has been further strenghtened by establishing own offices in Felixstowe, Caracas and Paramaribo. Coupled with a full support team of own logistical departments ensuring all cargoes is handled, controlled, monitored and delivered by a personal, professional, dynamic in house operation that cares about you, and your cargoes. E.W.L. is with you all the way.
Track & Trace System
Container tracking service provides a very convenient and easy to use way of tracking the current location of containers with your cargo by container number.
Real ocean freight transit time
Get to know the time in transit of cargo on popular container shipping lines between ports of loading and port of discharge.
Sea Lines Explorer
Service is designed for determination of shipping lines whose vessels put in chosen port or direction.
Container Terminals Explorer
Service is designed for determination of sealine port list.