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New Denmark call opens up Norway links

[ February 16, 2016   //   ]

Norway/Europe ferry company Fjord Line has signed a deal with Cobelfret subsidiary CLdN ro-ro to give it access to the latter’s European network for the transport of freight and cargo. It hinges on a new weekly call by CLdN in Hirtshals, Denmark on its Zeebrugge-Gothenburg route.

Not only does it open up connections with Fjord Line’s Bergen-Stavanger-Hirtshals and Langesund-Hirtshals routes, but Fjord can also offer connections to and from Zeebrugge, from where there are frequent onward connections to London (Purfleet) and Killingholme in the UK.
Similarly, Fjord Line can offer a service between Gothenburg in Sweden and Bergen, Stavanger and Langesund in Norway. Cargo manager, Rune Hetland said: “Our partnership with CLdN starts an exciting chapter for expanded freight and cargo transport by sea between Norway and central European ports. We look forward to developing these new shipping solutions, and offering our current and future customers new and exciting possibilities.”

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