Hamburg Süd chooses EUROGATE

12 Nov 2014 16:23 Shipping News

Hamburg Süd shipping line has awarded the contract for handling its new EMCS – Europe-Mexico/Caribbean Service to EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg. The first ship will berth at the terminal on 13 November 2014. The regular service links Northern Europe with Central America and is scheduled to call at Hamburg on a weekly basis. Hamburg Süd is operating the service with six container vessels each with a nominal capacity of 2,500 TEUs. The Hamburg Süd ships will call at eight ports along their route. A round trip from Marin/Pontevedra (Spain) via Antwerp, London and Hamburg to Altamira, Veracruz, Puerto Limon, Cartagena (Colombia) and back takes 42 days.

“A reliable transport chain is of the utmost importance to us in ensuring our customers receive their goods speedily and punctually. We set ourselves very high standards in terms of the quality of our services and are therefore equally discerning in the choice of our partners. EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg is known for its high productivity levels and hinterland connections,” says Uwe Gaede, General Manager Marketing and Sales Area Central Europe at Hamburg Süd.

Peter Zielinski, Managing Director of EUROGATE Container Terminals Hamburg: „We are looking forward to collaborating and feel proud that Hamburg Süd has opted for us. Several of our customers have recently affirmed that we provide an excellent handling service. We see this recognition as a challenge and an incentive in equal measure.”

Source: Eurogate

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