Taiwan's Evergreen Corp. opens new agency offices in 4 Latin American countries

In recent months, Evergreen has established new operations in Peru, Chile, Mexico and most recently Colombia, also offering a new cross-pacific route


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TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwanese freight company Evergreen Marine Corp. is expanding its operations into Central and South America this year following the recent opening of four new agency offices in the region.

Over the past few months, the company has opened new offices in Peru, Chile, and Mexico, and on Jan. 14 the company announced the opening of operations in Buenaventura, Colombia in a press release.

“In setting up these offices Evergreen confirms its continued commitment to serving the trade and economy of Latin American west coast region,” states the release.

In recent months, Evergreen shipping has expanded operations and added routes to enhance cross-pacific trade between East Asia and Latin America, increasing its routes between the regions from two to four weekly.

According to the company’s website, the newest cross-pacific route allows for direct shipping between South Korea and China in East Asia to ports in Ensenada and Manzanillo, Mexico, with further stops in Callao, Peru, and ports of San Antonio and Lirquen, in Chile.

Other cross-pacific routes between Asian countries, including shipping from Evergreen’s HQ in Taiwan, can deliver products directly to ports in Lazaro Cardenas, in Mexico, Buenaventura, in Colombia, as well as Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala.

The Evergreen Marine Corp. also maintains route options for shipping from East Asia through the Indian and Atlantic Ocean for ports in Brazil and Argentina.

From the Press Release:

“Evergreen Line is committed to providing efficient shipping transportation throughout its global service network. In addition to an on-going fleet renewal program, the line has also expanded its regional operations in recent years. As of (Jan. 14), Evergreen Line has established its own agency offices in more than 30 countries around the world in the belief that this commitment will provide superior transport services for its customers.”