With this regular, up to bi-weekly capacity sailing westbound, BBC Chartering offers project cargo customers a new level of flexibility and highly effective project cargo transport solutions. The capacity operates under BBC Chartering’s high performance liner and semi-liner network for any port, any cargo (apac service) and utilizes the carrier’s fleet of 180 MPP and HL vessels, including Ro/Ro tonnage.

“We are pleased to help numerous large scale projects in North America and take this as an opportunity to strengthen our westbound services from the Mediterranean and vice-versa,” said Svend Andersen, CEO of BBC Chartering. He added: “Through several volume contracts we support e.g. wind power projects, LNG developments, and New York’s iconic ‘Hudson Yards Project’. These underlying volumes offer great opportunities to other shippers who can utilize our steady westbound capacity.”

Typical loading ports in the Mediterranean are Derince (Turkey), Genoa, Monfalcone (Italy), Tarragona (Spain), but any other port can be added to consolidate any cargo following BBC Chartering’s high performance inducement approach. For return voyages to the Mediterranean typical loading ports are Houston, Vera Cruz, Philadelphia and Charleston, discharging at any required port in the Mediterranean or beyond.

Source: BBC Chartering
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