Southampton racks up car trade

Southampton Cargo Handling (SCH) has handled its 200,000th car of the year – the first time the port’s major handler of deep-sea ro-ro cargoes has exceeded that figure in more than 25 years of operations. The milestone was reached with the cargo loaded on the EUKOR Car Carriers’ vessel Morning Champion bound for the Far East. SCH also handles deep-sea shipments by Hoegh Autoliners, Glovis and NYK Line.   [+]

Handler extends Hoegh contract

Terminal operator Southampton Cargo Handling (SCH) has signed a contract with Hoegh Autoliners to continue servicing its ro ro vessels in the port for a further three years. The new contract extends a relationship that spans more than 25 years since the inception of SCH, with Oslo-based Hoegh also one ... [+]

Bonded status for Southampton handler

Southampton Cargo Handling (SCH) has gained bonded status from HM Customs and Excise. SCH moved into a 40,000 square feet facility at Totton near Southampton earlier this year; bonded status means that payment of excise duty on imported goods can be deferred until they are transported inland for use or ... [+]

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