Containerships Switches to DCT Gdansk

Wednesday, January 30, 2008
The Finnish shipping company Containerships is to switch its Polish calls to the new DCT Gdansk deepwater container terminal with effect from 31 January 2008. Initially, two weekly services are involved, one linking Gdansk with St Petersburg and Sweden/Finland and Teesport. The rotation of one service is DCT Gdansk - Södertälje - St Petersburg – Helsinki – Aarhus – DCT Gdansk while the other is DCT Gdansk – Teesport – DCT Gdansk.

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