New MacAndrews Service

Thursday, October 21, 2004
MacAndrews is to launch a line between Portugal, Spain, England and Russia. The shipping line will convey the containers on its own line to Rotterdam, where they will be transferred to ships of the French parent company CMA CGM from the line to St Petersburg. CMA CGM has two departures a week to Russia. With the new line, MacAndrews will be expanding its activities in the Baltic region. The shipping company already has a presence on the Polish market.

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