Westwood Shipping Lines now calling the Port of Kwangyang – March 14, 2016


March 14, 2016

Westwood Shipping Lines now calling the Port of Kwangyang

Beginning in late April 2016, Westwood vessels will call at GWCT Terminal (Gwangyang West Container Terminal) operated by CJ Korea Express, at the Port of Kwangyang, South Korea. This service will begin on a fortnightly calling basis utilizing our Service 2 vessels, providing both Import and Export opportunities.

Westwood operates a fleet of seven con-bulk vessels, providing container and breakbulk service to & from the Pacific Northwest and North Asia. Westwood offers service for containerized goods using both dry and refrigerated containers, as well as various wood products in breakbulk, and over-dimensional project cargo.

Since 1982, Westwood Shipping Lines has been serving customers in more than 20 ports in Japan, Korea, China and North America. The company takes pride in its customer service, state-of-the art vessels, reliable shipping schedules and superior cargo handling capabilities.

Westwood is a wholly owned subsidiary of J-WeSco. J-WeSco is a holding company formed by a consortium of Japanese stevedore companies, all of which have been key service providers to Westwood for more than 25 years.

For additional schedule details and contact information, please go to www.wsl.com or contact Customer Service at (800) 220-9752 in North America, and through Hyop Woon Shipping Ltd., in Seoul or Pusan.

We look forward to providing this new service option to all of our customers.

Best regards,

Tim M. Sullivan
Vice President – Container Sales and Marketing
Westwood Shipping Lines, Inc.