MOL upgrades North Europe - West Africa Service

Friday, March 18, 2011

ROTTERDAM, 18 March 2011 – MOL is upgrading its current ARN product to a fixed day weekly service between Europe and West Africa, with excellent connections via Antwerp for Asian and North American cargo.
 
The new service will launch from Hamburg on 6 April, calling Thamesport, Antwerp, Dakar (Senegal), Tin Can (Nigeria), Tema (Ghana), Antwerp, Hamburg.  Abidjan will also be included in the schedule when the political situation in the Ivory Coast allows.

“This reliable weekly service, with fast transit times, will be especially useful for customers shipping fresh produce from West Africa to Europe and further afield,” says Colin de Souza, Vice President North South Trades, Trade Management – Europe.

French customers can benefit from excellent connections between Le Havre and Antwerp southbound, and Le Havre and Hamburg northbound.
 
Source: MOL


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