Cory Brothers New Route from Dublin

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Cory Brothers Shipping Agency is delighted to announce the operation of a new route between Dublin, Ireland and Tin Can, Lagos, Nigeria.

The new monthly route commences on Monday September 28th 2009 and is provided by RMR Shipping BV. RMR Shipping has many years' experience in exporting used vehicles, machinery and plant equipment to West Africa
 
Headquartered in The Netherlands, with a worldwide presence, RMR works with local Port Authorities to provide an efficient service to its clients.
 
Lagos, Nigeria is the primary destination port for RMR, with additional calls in Monrovia, Liberia.  Large Roll-on/Roll-off vessels, of some 2,500 metre lanes, are deployed on this route, providing an essential, regular, and direct service to Nigeria (with a transit of just 18 days).
 
Cory Brothers Line Manager for RMR, Mike Soper, is also proud to officially announce the appointment of Trinity Shipping as our local agent for Ireland.

(www.cory.co.uk)

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