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Den Hartogh takes delivery of 500 new 30ft dry bulk containers

Den Hartogh Logistics received 500 new 30ft dry bulk containers in a single shipment from China to Rotterdam on board BG Freight Lines’ BG SAPPHIRE 

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In co-operation between CIMC in China, BG Freight Rotterdam and Den Hartogh Dry Bulk Logistics, all 500 containers were transported on BG Freight Line’s new ship BG SAPPHIRE in a single shipment on the vessel’s maiden voyage from China to Rotterdam.

 

This is the second batch of a total of 1000 new specialised dry bulk containers to join the Den Hartogh fleet for use in its European “Bag in Box” business.

New containers arriving in Rotterdam
New containers arriving in Rotterdam

Koert van Wissen, BU Director of Dry Bulk at Den Hartogh Dry Bulk Logistics, commented: “We are very proud to be adding these new containers to our fleet, and to provide the required capacity and best possible service to our customers in the polymer and food producing industries.”

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