Korean ship that brought Hyundai cars to Cuba sailed from the US

The Korean ship that took to Cuba about 800 cars for tourism rental, sailed from the United States.

The ship called GLOVIS CORONA, which sails under the South Korean flag, left the port of the city of Pyeongtaek on September 9, on its way it landed in Panama and then spent several days in the United States, first in the port of Freeport (Texas) and then in Mobile (Alabama).

Photo: Capture from www.vesselfinder.com

From Mobile he left last Monday for Havana, where he arrived on Wednesday, according to the boat tracking page. Vesselfinder.

Photo: Capture from www.vesselfinder.com

This Thursday he must return to the port of Alabama, which has been very active in terms of trade with Cuba.

The ship belongs to the logistics company Hyundai Glovis, based in Seoul, South Korea and is part of the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, the same brand of vehicles that arrived in Cuba to renew the fleet of vehicles of the state agency. Transtur.

In Alabama there is also the first Hyundai car manufacturing and assembly plant from the United States. Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) reports on its website that it assembles the Hyundai Sonata and Elantra sedans, the Santa Fe and Tucson SUVs, and its first Santa Cruz adventure sports vehicle.

According to information from the Cuban company Transtur, the cars that arrived in Havana belong to the Kia Picanto, Hyundai Elantra and Santa Fe brands.

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