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Broekman Logistics and Sea-Cargo open hub

April 24 - The Norwegian Sea-Cargo Hub in Rotterdam has been officially opened by Broekman Logistics and Sea-Cargo.

The 50,000 sq m expansion of the Broekman Logistics terminal at Theemsweg in the port of Rotterdam was initiated at the start of 2015.

The alliance with Sea-Cargo means that Broekman Logistics now has a regular service to Norway with Sea-Cargo initially using the terminal twice a week in both directions.

The Sea-Cargo vessels will be loaded and unloaded via their bow door and this required the addition of a ro-ro ramp to the terminal.

The Norwegian Sea-Cargo Hub in Rotterdam was officially opened by Rik Pek (pictured right), general manager Broekman Logistics and Ole Saevild, ceo of Sea-Cargo.

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