Maersk switches shortsea service to Europe from Immingham to Hull

December 21, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

Maersk is relocating its Immingham-Europe service to Hull Container Terminal, following shipper concerns over accessibility.
The 800-teu weekly sailing, operated by BG Freight, will move on 12 January, arriving at and departing from Hull on Saturdays, reaching Rotterdam midweek.
A spokesperson for Maersk told The Loadstar: “Customers had been contacting us about using Hull instead of Immingham as apparently it is easier to gain access.
“In some cases, they were saying, issues with connectivity ...

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