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UAL boosts network with Danish chartering desk

Universal Africa Lines (UAL) has established a chartering desk in Denmark in order to launch a breakbulk service connecting the Mediterranean and Black Sea with West Africa.

Samir Ferguen and Morten Møller

Directors Samir Ferguen and Morten Møller will head up the desk, UAL Chartering, and will call upon their extensive experience within the breakbulk sector to provide customised solutions for shipments to and from Africa.

The establishment of UAL Chartering will allow the shipping line to expand its services with regular sailings from the Mediterranean and the Black Sea. It will also have a focus on the group’s services to East Africa.

UAL’s fleet of multipurpose vessels are able to load and discharge cargoes using their own cranes, with lifting capacities ranging from 70-360 tonnes.

www.universalafricalines.com

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