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Sea-Cargo connects with Poland

Sea-Cargo has introduced a weekly ro-ro service connecting Norway, Denmark and the UK with Poland .

The service will call at the port of Swinoujscie, where Sea-Cargo is already represented with an integrated agency office, and will be able to handle the import into the country approximately 2,500 trailers per year, said the Norwegian shipping company.

The terminal, according to Sea-Cargo, has state-of-the-art cross-dock facilities, with areas for storage, as well as road and rail connections.

The company added that Sea-Cargo Poland is capable of handling all cargo types, from small pallets to large project shipments.

www.sea-cargo.no

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