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Container terminal of the Odessa port received the first ship of service BSM
Nov 21 2016, 13:38

Odessa, 21 NOVEMBER 2016, CONTEXT-Prichernomorie — This morning at the 2nd berth of Odessa port moored the first feeder vessel Uni Assent of the company «Evergreen Line», the correspondent of IA «Context-Prichernomorie» reports.

It was reported to the agency today, on November 21, by the press service of the Odessa Sea Port administration.

According to the press service, on the morning of 21 November at the 2nd berth of Odessa port moored the first feeder vessel Uni Assent of the company «Evergreen Line», which a week ago came from the Greek port of Piraeus.

According to the commercial director of «HPC-Ukraine» Igor Yarovenko, the company's client «Evergreen Line» decided to open a new regular feeder service BSM (Black Sea Marmara) with weekly vessel calls to the terminal «HPC-Ukraine». This service will replace part of the company «Evergreen Line» in the joint BSF feeder service (UFS).

«Unlike the previous feeder service, which is serviced by a single vessel, comes once every 2 weeks to the terminal (operator «HPC-Ukraine»), the new service will be weekly. Changed and the port rotation: from the route excluded Novorossiysk (Russia), but there were two Turkish port — Gebze and Gemlik. As the line have two ships (the second E.R.HOBART), increase the number of ship calls, and possibly the volume of container handling», — reported the management of the company «BSA Ukraine Ltd», the line agent of «Evergreen Line».


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