Medliner, Spliethoff’s regular liner service from the Mediterranean to the America’s, can build on more than three years of experience.

Port calls are scheduled during the early part of each month with the first performing vessel Mv Scheldegracht planned on the 5th of June 2017.

Commercial Agent in Spain for the Medliner activity is Messrs Weco Agencia Maritima S.A.

Pieter Flohil, head of Medliner Spliethoff, comments, “Weco is a name that brings a great deal of experience, reliability and above all a real ‘liner mentality’ to the table and will form a valuable extension to Spliethoff’s existing operation in Spain.”

“We are very proud to become part of this project,” says Paco Rivero of Weco, “Spliethoff’s ‘Medliner’ offers strong reliability and flexibility in a highly competitive market, Spliethoff’s modern and versatile fleet proves to be ideal to meet the Spanish market’s needs.”

Spliethoff member of Spliethoff Group

The Amsterdam-based Spliethoff Group plays a leading role in the worldwide transportation of project cargo, heavy lifts, general and Ro-Ro cargoes and yachts. It manages a large and modern fleet of over 100 multi-purpose, heavy lift (lifting capacities of up to 1,800 mt), Ro-Ro and semi-submersible vessels ranging in size from 3,000 to 23,000 tons DWT. The vessels have Ice Class Swedish/Finnish 1A up to Super 1A and most of them sail under the Dutch flag. Spliethoff Group consists of Spliethoff’s Bevrachtingskantoor (SpliethoffTM), BigLift ShippingTM, Sevenstar Yacht Transport®, Wijnne BarendsTM, TransfennicaTM and BoreTM. www.spliethoff.com, www.spliethoffgroup.com

Weco Agencia Maritima S.A.

Established in 1996 as a sister company of Nordana Line, and general Agents in Spain, Weco Maritima has developed over the years a commercially orientated team with strong skills in the America’s trade, and fully dedicated to the breakbulk, project cargo, and Ro-Ro segments.
www.weco.es

Source: spliethoff
2017-05-22

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