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Vessel sharing agreement inked

Vessel sharing agreement inked
Two leading container shipping lines, NileDutch and CMA CGM, have concluded a vessel sharing agreement (VSA) for services from South America to West Africa.

This agreement will take effect in late May, and will enable both companies to offer their customers a better and more efficient service.

Initially the service will operate using 2,500 TEU NileDutch vessels. As of August, it will use two NileDutch and two CMA CGM vessels, each with a capacity of 4,250 TEU.

This service, operating every two weeks, will provide a valuable connection between these regions with their rapidly developing economies.

Ports of call – South America:

Buenos Aires, Rio Grande, Itajai, Santos and Rio de Janeiro.

Ports of call – West Africa:

Lomé, Pointe Noire and Luanda.
 

 

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