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Höegh rolls to Mombasa

Höegh Autoliners has shipped 100 breakbulk units destined for a cement plant in Kenya on using two of its ro-ro services.

Höegh transported 57 breakbulk pieces from Bremerhaven, Germany and 43 pieces from Mumbai, India to Mombasa.

Each unit was lashed onto Höegh’s roll trailers and stowed under deck, protecting it from elements during transit.

Hoegh offer frequent services from both Europe and India to Kenya, with fixed monthly sailings.

www.hoeghautoliners.com

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