Samskip Connects Norway to Baltic

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 18, 2019

Image: Samskip

Image: Samskip

European container transportation company Samskip has announced the launch a new service connecting Norway to Baltic countries.

The logistics company said in a press release that this service will start on August 16th, 2019 and will add various ports to the Samskip Europe’s largest network transport service.

The new connections are counting Iceland and Faroe Islands via Cuxhaven and Aarhus, North Norway. On the operational side we introduce two geared container vessels, 220 TEU vessels, 85 reefer plugs, and a deep sea feeder via Hamburg.

''Customers who are demanding reliable transit times and have any kind of transport requirements for business between the Balticum / Poland and Norway, can now be perfectly served by this new complementary product bringing something new to services connecting Norwegian and Baltic ports into Samskip's pan-European multimodal network,'' says Michael van Maurik, Trade Manager Norway.

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