Port of Cork wins new transatlantic deepsea call on ICL service

May 29, 2020 Gavin van Marle

Irish exporters will next month have their first direct deepsea transatlantic service to the US for many years, after niche carrier Independent Container Line (ICL) announced plans to include the port of Cork on its North Europe-US east coast service.
ICL’s weekly transatlantic TAC1 service currently operates four vessels of around 2,400 teu capacity with a port rotation of Philadelphia, Wilmington, Antwerp and Southampton.
The call at Cork will be inserted as ...

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