CLdN adds to fleet

Shortsea and multimodal operator CLdN invests is investing in 450 new trailers and containers for its door-to door fleet. It added 100 new trailers last summer which have now been augmented by another batch of 100 trailers and 250 45ft containers for its ferry and rail routes. [+]

CLdN brand covers the company

All CLdN companies  - CLdN RoRo, CLdN Cargo and C.Ro Ports - are to use a common CLdN brand name. It follows integration of the ro ro, ports and door-to[1]door activities over the past two years and closer cooperation and communication between the different business. The company can now offer ... [+]

CldN signs up for two large hybrid ships

Ro ro freight operator CLdN has signed a contract with Hyundai Mipo Dockyards for two hybrid 8,000 lane meter (lm) ro-ro vessels, for delivery in the first half of 2025. It follows introduction of the5,000lm LNG vessel Faustine at the end of last year and the expected delivery of her sister ... [+]

CLdN boosts Rotterdam route with DFDS space share deal

Short sea operator CLdN has signed a space-sharing agreement with DFDS from 10 January giving it an additional six sailings per week between Rotterdam and the Humber and boosting its offering to twelve sailings per week in each direction. CLdN and DFDS will each provide one additional vessel to facilitate the ... [+]

CLdN adds more ships to Ireland/Europe routes

European short-sea operator CLdN has chartered two additional ro ro vessels to increase sailings on its Zeebrugge/Rotterdam/Dublin routes from eight to ten in each direction per week. The line said the chartered vessels would prepare the way for the introduction of further new dual-fuelled (LNG) newbuilds arriving in the fourth quarter ... [+]

CLdN adds sailings

CLdN to increase its new Zeebrugge/Dublin ro ro service to three sailings per week to cope with rising demand and is also adding a new Friday sailing to the Zeebrugge/Killingholme route, bringing the total to seven sailings per week. It will also introduce an extra weekend sailing on Sunday on ... [+]

CLdN doubles Cork/Zeebrugge sailings

Short sea line CLdN has added a second call to its weekly con-ro service from Cork to Zeebrugge. The line says that it has seen steady growth in demand for services avoiding the UK landbridge, including unaccompanied trailers, tank containers, finished vehicles and project cargo. A spokesperson from CLdN stated: ... [+]

More car parking for Purfleet

C.RO Ports has opened a six-floor, 10,000-vehicle car storage facility at its Purleet terminal on the River Thames to handle traffic arriving on CLdN ro ro services from Zeebrugge and Rotterdam. Vehicles are distributed to dealerships throughout the UK. The terminal also offers through shipment possibilities to other ports including Santander, ... [+]

Cork gains weekly Zeebrugge service

CLdN Ro-Ro is to start a weekly freight service between Cork and Zeebrugge. It will leave Belgium on Friday to arrive in Cork on Sunday, returning on Tuesday and arriving in Zeebrugge on Thursday. Port of Cork chief executive Brendan Keating, said: “This announcement by CLdN will greatly support our efforts ... [+]

World’s biggest freight ferry calls in Purfleet

The world’s largest short sea ro ro freight vessel, CLdN’s 8,000 lane-metre Celine called at Port of London’s Purfleet terminal during the first week of November. She is the first ship in a series of eight ships by Hyundai Heavy Industries in South Korea and operates on CLdN’s weekly service ... [+]

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