Brevik part of container transport network
Our NorthSea Terminal in Brevik will from 31 October be added to Unifeeder's multi-port setup connecting Norway to Germany.
We are pleased to announce that Unifeeder has added our North Sea Terminal in Brevik to its container transport network between Norway and Germany.
Part of Brevik’s containerised seaborne trade has for many years been served by Unifeeder from the Port of Rotterdam. However, with the increasing demand for more connectivity and shorter transit times, Unifeeder decided to add Brevik to its existing multi-port setup connecting seven Norwegian ports with the important Continental hub ports of Hamburg and Bremerhaven. The first sailing will take place from Brevik on Saturday 31 October.
Thorbjørn Aasig Lund, General Manager in Brevik, says: “We are pleased to be working with Unifeeder to offer our customers a competitive, alternative gateway to the Continent.”
The service makes for an attractive extension of the container carrier’s operations, providing the shortest link possible between Norway and the Continental hub ports. Therefore, one call in your nearest port in Oslo Fjord, consolidates and distributes your cargo to and from the entire world.
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