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Unifeeder is set to introduce direct calls between France, Belgium and the UK

Unifeeder is further expanding its shortsea network by providing a new service linking Antwerp and Dunkirk with Teesport and Grangemouth

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“The new connection is an addition to our other services linking Rotterdam with the ports of Felixstowe, Immingham, Teesport, South Shields and Grangemouth," said Unifeeder.

 

"It offers a great alternative to the busy port of Rotterdam, as well as a shorter trucking distance [to Antwerp] for cargo coming from southern Netherlands and beyond.”

Promoting the shortsea network expansion
Promoting the shortsea network expansion

Unifeeder Shortsea provides European customers with fully intermodal door to door solutions.

 

“We find smarter ways to move any type of cargo, using the best combination of sea, rail, and road. With more than 40 years in the business and as part of Europe’s strongest feeder operator, we offer the extensive network, regularity and lead-times necessary to make shortsea a highly competitive alternative to conventional road transport.”

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