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Stena Line opens a new freight route in the Baltic

Publication date: 2017-10-18

Tags: maritime, sweden, poland

Stena Line opens a new freight route in the Baltic

On October 16th, the shipping company kicked off a new service between the ports of Gdynia and Nynäshamn.

The 18 hours long connection is served by the ro-ro ship Elisabeth Russ, which calls at each of the ports three times per week.

The 153 m long and 21 m wide vessel offers 1,625 lane metres of freight capacity.

By adding the new route to its portfolio, Stena Line has now a total of 50 weekly calls between the Port of Gdynia and two destinations in Sweden - Karlskrona and Nynäshamn.

Elisabeth Russ ro-ro ship (photo: Stena Line)

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