Empros Lines strikes breakbulk partnership with Zuidnatie

Empros Lines strikes breakbulk partnership with Zuidnatie

Belgian breakbulk liner operator Empros Lines has picked Zuidnatie as its partner to handle all its cargo in the Port of Anwerp. 

Empros Lines has decided to transfer their entire liner services into the hands of Zuidnatie at its multipurpose terminal Quay 118 (Terminal Zuid).

The Belgian company noted that as of September 2021, all its vessels for the regular service will call ZN Q118 as its home terminal.

With the selection of Zuidnatie, Empros Lines is halting its cooperation with Katoennatie/Abes Q355.

Zuidnatie noted in its brief statement through its social media channels that each call will enable both companies to further invest and grow in the world of breakbulk.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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Empros Lines strikes breakbulk partnership with Zuidnatie

Empros Lines strikes breakbulk partnership with Zuidnatie

Belgian breakbulk liner operator Empros Lines has picked Zuidnatie as its partner to handle all its cargo in the Port of Anwerp. 

Empros Lines has decided to transfer their entire liner services into the hands of Zuidnatie at its multipurpose terminal Quay 118 (Terminal Zuid).

The Belgian company noted that as of September 2021, all its vessels for the regular service will call ZN Q118 as its home terminal.

With the selection of Zuidnatie, Empros Lines is halting its cooperation with Katoennatie/Abes Q355.

Zuidnatie noted in its brief statement through its social media channels that each call will enable both companies to further invest and grow in the world of breakbulk.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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