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MACS names Zuidnatie in Antwerp

MACS Maritime Carrier Shipping has appointed the Zuidnatie Breakbulk terminal for its port calls in Antwerp.

Effective June 1, 2019, all vessels operated by MACS will call at Zuidnatie’s terminal, which has a quay length of 1,400 m.

MACS said the terminal will be able to handle its entire portfolio of cargoes, including dry bulk, steel shipments, project cargo and heavy lift, as well all kinds of container reefer units or special equipment, such as flatracks.

MACS previously called at the Nova Natie terminal.

www.macship.com

www.zuidnatie.be

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