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Ceres Terminals services Mardi Gras at Port Canaveral

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Ceres and its waterfront partners load pallets full of supplies and gear for Mardi Gras, service trucks replacing vessel stores and convey passengers’ luggage
Ceres Terminals is servicing Carnival Cruise Line's new Mardi Gras at Port Canaveral's Terminal 3, custom-built for the ship.

Ceres and its waterfront partners load pallets full of supplies and gear, service trucks replacing vessel stores and convey passengers’ luggage on and off the ship.

'Over the past year, our team has pushed through and worked hard to stay safe, while keeping the cruise operations moving. We hope to continue to service more cruise lines at Port Canaveral,' said Tim Touzet, regional VP of USA cruise operations for Ceres.

 Ceres provides stevedoring to major cruise lines at Canaveral Cruise Terminals 1, 3, 5, 6 and 10.

550 calls, 1.1m passengers

Currently handling 550 vessel calls with over 1.1m passengers, Ceres has more than 60 years of experience, having handled millions of passengers at 10 ports in the US and Canada.

'Our reputation in the cruise industry was built on delivering best-in-class, reliable customer service. We will continue to offer quality service to our partners and customers and grow our relationships in the industry,' said Craig Mygatt, CEO of Ceres Terminals. 'The cruise industry will be back stronger than ever, and we will be ready to service the cruise lines.'

Mardi Gras began sailing July 31. 


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