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On March 20th, the Port of Malmö will receive the first weekly call within SCA Logistics' ro-ro service that connects Northern Sweden with the Netherlands and England.
The Luxembourg-based ro-ro company CLdN and the Norwegian ro-pax and ro-ro operator Fjord Line have cut a deal to combine their freight offers via the Port of Hirtshals.
Once completed in spring 2018, the new quay (incl. abutments) will extend 530 m out into the sea, making it possible to handle two 340 m long cruise vessels simultaneously.
The Danish Port of Hirtshals has been incorporated into the shipping company's Gothenburg-Zeebrugge weekly service.
As of February, the company's I-class and H-class pocket plan open hatch vessels will call at least at one Swedish port (either Karlshamn, Uddevalla, or Oskarshamn) once per month.
The Baltic-North Sea feeder arm of Maersk Line has put the DB Port Szczecin container terminal in its Sweden Link 2 rotation.
As of January 2016, the shipping company has a re-developed Baltic-North Sea feeder network, including the addition of the Port of Norrköping.
The ferry company Scandlines, owner of the Danish Port of Gedser, has contracted APATEQ to develop, build, and supply a harbour installation for treating scrubber wastewater.