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Van Uden Maritime expands ro-ro service with ten new ports

March 28 - From mid-April, the Rotterdam-based maritime transport company, Van Uden Maritime, will add ten new ports of call in the Red Sea, the Arabian Gulf and India.

In collaboration with partner Hyundai Glovis from Seoul, Van Uden Maritime offers a direct fortnightly ro-ro service under the name of Van Uden Navigation from Bremerhaven, Hamburg, Le Havre and Southampton to the ports of Aqaba, Jeddah, Port Sultan Qaboos, Jebel Ali, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Bahrain, Dammam, Kuwait and Chennai.

Van Uden Maritime also operates a direct liner service Van Uden Ro-Ro from Immingham, Bremerhaven and Antwerp to the Mediterranean ports of Alexandria, Beirut, Latakia, Mersin, Misurata, Limassol and Piraeus.

Both Van Uden Ro-Ro and Van Uden Navigation accept all types of rolling cargoes, including trucks, truck-trailer combinations, high and heavy cargoes, cars, vans and project cargo using MAFI trailers.

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Cory moves to Ipswich office

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