Containerships Group to Streamline UK Operations

Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Containerships Group is streamlining its U.K. operations to increase the efficiency of its services. As part of the reorganization, Teesport will become the new operational center for Containerships’ UK services, and the Felixstowe office will be closed, on May 31 this year. The London office, meanwhile, will continue to operate as normal. The streamlining procedure will involve an increase from 30 to 42 in the number of trucks operated from Teesport, beginning within the next few months.

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