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Luis A. Ayala Colon Sucrs., Inc.

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WELCOME TO AYACOL ONLINE - Steamship Agents, Terminal Operators, Stevedoring Contractors, Charterers, Distribution Centers, Marine Consultants, and Logistics Management of Puerto Rico - SINCE 1938

SINCE 1938 We have built a 75-years reputation as Puerto Rico leading shipping agent by providing unsurpassed services to cargo and passenger ships.   We have devoted as many years to pleasing those who must rely on consistently fast, efficient movement of cargo into, out of and throughout Puerto Rico. Contact us to find out how we can help you meet your goals of efficiency, consistency, and profitability.  You will be glad you did.    Copyright © www.ayacol.com

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