Norway’s NCL launches direct shortsea service to Tilbury as Brexit looms

September 16, 2020 Mike Wackett

Shortsea carrier North Sea Container Line (NCL) is to launch a direct weekly service to Tilbury’s London Container Terminal (LCT) this month.
The Norwegian-headquartered carrier will deploy the geared 657 teu Rumba.
With its first call stemmed to arrive at LCT on 23 September, NCL said it would link some 15 ports on the west coast of Norway with the UK.
“The original ambition of NCL was to move fresh salmon off the ...

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