Canarship delivers section of Mayan train to Mexico
Spanish shipping and logistics operator Canarship recently delivered a total of 1655 tons and 6821 cubic meters of project cargo to the port of Coatzacoalcos in Mexico.
Canaship completed the delivery onboard the MV Unisea. The company informed in a brief statement through its social media channels that the entire section for the Section 1 of the Mayan train was delivered.
The cargo included 21 carriages of 12.12 metres in length, 3.2 metres in width and 3.8 metres in height. Each unit weighs 24 tons.
Specialists from Canarship and Romeu & Cia supervised the entire unloading operation at the port.
The Mayan train project is a 1470-km train line running from the Chiapas state in the south along the Atlantic coast to the Yucatan Peninsula. It will connect tourist locations including the Maya ruins of Palenque and Chizen Itza to the tourist resorts such as Cancun. It is considered one of the largest projects of the Mexican government.