Port of Rotterdam improves Poland, Norway connections

terminalThe Port of Rotterdam has improved several connections to both Norway and Poland. ERS Railways recently added a new departure on the Szwarzędz-Rotterdam route, increasing the frequency from five to six per week. The train, which carries both containers and trailers, stops directly in Rotterdam at the Europoort ferry terminal as well as at Rail Service Centre Rotterdam.

Samskip Intermodal this week starts a weekly short sea service between Rotterdam and the west coast of Norway, where the ports of Tananger, Bergen and Ålesund are served. Tschudi Lines has included the Norwegian port of Drammen to its ‘Baltic Services’ rotation. Now Tschudi Lines’ container vessel links the Baltic ports in Helsinki, Tallinn and Klaipeda with Drammen. Afterwards the ship goes to Esbjerg, Immingham and Rotterdam.

(PoR, Baltic Transport Journal)

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