February 6 - SeaWorks bv, the Dutch company, which announced in January that is is the commercial agent of a new project carrier and liner service established under the name of C-Works Carriers (CWC) has announced the appointment of Seanet as general comm
The management of SeaWorks bv consists of former directors of Trinitas and Intermarine, Tjeerd Veldhuizen and Stefan Pompe. HLPFI understands that CWC will offer semi liner services between Europe and South America, plus industrial project transportation within the Atlantic Basin to destinations in Africa, the Mediterranean Sea, Scandinavia and White Sea, as well as Central America, USA and Canada.
The line says it operates in close cooperation with German owner, Intersee Schiffahrts GmbH of Haren, which operates a fleet of 46 vessels of which 19 are multipurpose tweendeckers with lifting capacity up to 160 tonnes.
CWC will offer monthly sailings to and from Europe and the East Coast of South America, deploying modern, multipurpose, geared vessels. Ports of call in Europe will include Hamburg, Rotterdam, Tilbury, Antwerp, Bilbao and other ports onroute will be called on an inducement basis including Scandinavian and Baltic areas. In South America ports of call will be Itaqui, Salvador, Vitoria, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Sebastiao, Santos, Buenos Aires, with other ports onroute on an inducement basis, including Montevideo and the Falkland Islands.
"Adding Seanet to our team underlines the focus and dedication SeaWorks has set on the biggest economy of the South American continent, appointing Seanet completes one of our goals for the semi-liner service," says Stefan Pompe, director at SeaWorks.