The capacity is marketed as “BBC Euro-Gulf Express Line” and offers project cargo customers most flexible transport solutions, reliable service frequency and short transit times. The capacity operates under BBC Chartering’s 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 launch this new ‘express line’ which connects Hamburg with the first US Gulf port in about 19 days. This brings customers a new level of service and significant time savings compared to existing services in the market,” said Svend Andersen, CEO of BBC Chartering.

It is against the background of existing volume contracts which offer shippers reliable and steady westbound capacity and with that excellent opportunity to consolidate cargo at the continents’ most popular project cargo hubs. Loading ports for the new ‘BBC Euro-Gulf Express Line’ are Antwerp, Bremen, and Hamburg. Discharge ports are Mobile and Houston. Additional ports can be added following BBC’s high performance inducement approach.

For inquiries from Antwerp, please contact the BBC Chartering office in Antwerp, (Phone +32 3540 5645 or e-mail: antwerp at bbc-chartering.com). For inquiries from Bremen please contact BBC Chartering in Bremen (Phone: + 49 421 330750 or e-mail: bremen at bbc-chartering.com). For Inquiries ex Hamburg, please contact Lueddeke Reedereiagentur GmbH, Hamburg (+49 40 317 8580 or e-mail liner at reedereiagentur.de).

More information on current and upcoming sailings is available under the “BBC Euro-Gulf Express Line“-section on https://www.bbc-chartering.com/toolbar/liner-schedules.html. Also call BBC Chartering in Leer (phone: +49 491 925 2090 or e-mail leer at bbc-chartering.com) for your booking requests.

Source: BBC Chartering
2017-05-30

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