P&O Ferries boosts capacity to compensate for lost Scotland-Europe freight link

May 15, 2018 Gavin van Marle

In response to the recent demise of Scotland’s only direct maritime ro-ro link with continental Europe, P&O Ferries has announced plans to hike freight capacity on its services between Zeebrugge and Teesport.
The move combines with the planned launch of a new daily rail service between the northern English port and the Mossend rail terminal in Scotland, and P&O Ferries said it would increase freight capacity on the route by some 25%.
The operator currently ...

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