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CLdN Ro-Ro increases activity in Zeebrugge

All non-UK services are being transferred to the port’s Albert II Dock

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CLdN Ro-Ro increases activity in Zeebrugge

At the end of September last year CLdN Ro-Ro introduced two direct sailings between Zeebrugge and Santander in Spain. The service proved to be an immediate success and increasingly high numbers of shipments have been recorded on weekly basis.

 

Seeing the sound foundation, and the recent deployment of a new state-of-the-art ro-ro LAURELINE, frequency is being increased from two to three per week, with effect from 17th March.

 

Complementary to this increase in activity, the activities for the vessels sailing on both the Zeebrugge/Santander service and the Zeebrugge/Esbjerg service will be consolidated at Albert II Dock, with effect from 17th March.

 

As a result of the move, Albert II Dock becomes a main hub in Zeebrugge for CLdN’s non-UK related services. This, says the line, will allow efficient through shipments and attractive lead times between Santander, Göteborg, Esbjerg, Hirtshals & Dublin, next to further options from/to London (Purfleet) and Killingholme through the UK hub at Brittannia Dock.

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