LNGEurope supplies LNG to worlds first LNG powered tug
port of Zeebrugge
The world’s first LNG driven tugboat (claimed by Port of Zeebrugge), the M/T Borgoy arrived in the port of Zeebrugge for a bunkering operation. The truck to ship’ bunkering operation was the first to be performed in the Flemish coastal port
The Antwerp Port Community System in collaboration with the port of Zeebrugge has introduced an e-Desk for ro/ro.
The 8,452 TEU vessel is deployed on the reshuffled service of Evergreen Lines and Hanjin Shipping Lines, which connects Europe with Asia. Evergreen is selling the service under the name CEM (China Europe Mediterranean) and Hanjin under CUS (China UK Service).
Through this partnership, the two ports will improve service levels and customer care. Moreover as global trade equals maritime transportation and both ports are gateways into Europe and Japan, they see it as a strategic task to share their expertise.
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