Seago Line arrives at CMP from Casablanca via Bremerhaven

In July CMP received the first ship on a new weekly service that will call at Copenhagen on the route Casablanca-Agadir-Bremerhaven-Helsingborg-CMP-Bremerhaven-Antwerp-Casablanca.

“Rotterdam was dropped and replaced with a call at Copenhagen,” says Jeppe Christiansen, Marketing Director at Seago Line of Denmark, which operates the service.

Seago Line is owned by AP Møller-Maersk and operates a network of dedicated European services, which take in all the Mediterranean countries (including North Africa), the Baltics and Russia.

“In Copenhagen we mainly unload the overseas feeder volume that we take on board in Bremerhaven. We carry practically no goods from Morocco to CMP, but we have only been operating for a few months. Things could change as we move into the next reefer season in October when our refrigerated containers are typically filled with Moroccan clementines and oranges headed for Europe. It will depend on the demand,” Jeppe Christiansen says. The reefer season runs from October/November to June.

Seago Line has three ships in operation, each with a capacity of 900 TEU.
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