The Klaipėda-based Sea Connect has introduced a new service that links the ports of Rotterdam, Hamburg, and St. Petersburg on a weekly basis.
In the Baltic, the company's ships call first at the Moby Dik terminal located on the Kronstadt island before heading to the St. Petersburg port.
"Sea Connect being both a shortsea carrier and a feeder operator may make Moby Dik interesting for deepsea carriers and cargo owners. Container transhipment in the port of Rotterdam offered by the line creates additional opportunities for the terminal, foreign trade agents and deepsea carriers with a feeder contract with Sea Connect," Lev Kuzmin, CCO, Moby Dik, commented.
Photo: APM Terminals