Swiss Container Line in Rotterdam

Wednesday, August 11, 2004
Forwarding company Swiss Container Line (SCL), part of the Atlantic Forwarding Group, started its own operations in Rotterdam. It concentrates on shipments between Asia and Europe. Atlantic Forwarding, with 25 branches, ships 90,000 TEU per annum between the two continents and so far Rotterdam was used for a minor percentage. For air freight SCL is going to co-operate with Cargo Masters at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, some 50 miles from Rotterdam.
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