Hapag-Lloyd Restructures North Europe Service

Friday, February 08, 2008
Hapag-Lloyd has restructured its European Express Service between North Europe and Greece / Turkey facilitating a doubling of weekly departures. Both services will be run in cooperation with MSC shipping line serving the ports of Izmir and Piraeus twice a week. Istanbul, Thessaloniki and Gemlik will be called once per week. In North Europe the ports of Felixstowe and Antwerp (both services), and Le Havre (EEX 1 only) and Sines in Portugal (EEX 2 only) will be served. From Antwerp and Le Havre, the ports of Bremerhaven, Hamburg and Liverpool will be served by a dedicated feeder service. All ships provide sufficient reefer plugs. The first departure from Bremerhaven is on February 11th, from Hamburg on February 12th.
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