Green Feeder – a new name in feeder traffic at CMP

‘Nor Feeder’ is one of the many feeder ships to dock at Copenhagen Malmö Port’s container quay every week. From Hamburg, it calls at Copenhagen, Helsingborg and Århus before returning to Hamburg.

The ship is operated by Green Feeder, a new name at CMP. Since September 2010, the company has served Copenhagen on behalf of shipping lines requiring a direct feeder route from Hamburg to Denmark/Sweden.

Green Feeder is a dedicated feeder company working in the very competitive market for container traffic in northern Europe. In addition to its Copenhagen route, Green Feeder also operates a Hamburg-Gothenburg-Hamburg route. Green Feeder is owned by Metz Company, which also offers a feeder service in the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea.

‘Nor Feeder’ has a capacity of 508 TEU. It is a high-quality vessel built at the Sietas Schiffswerft shipyard in Hamburg.

Green Feeder is represented by Scan-Shipping A/S, Copenhagen.
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