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Zeamarine picks Rhenus for Dutch calls

Rhenus Logistics has signed a contract with heavy lift shipping line Zeamarine for the provision of stevedoring and ship agency services at the port of Rotterdam.

As part of the agreement, Rhenus’ terminal facilities in the Maasvlakte port area will be the preferred berth for Zeamarine’s calls at Rotterdam.

Kjell Kottkamp, Zeamarine’s vice president, global operations and engineering, said: “The Rhenus Deep Sea Terminal in Rotterdam is ideally located to best serve our client’s needs. With its strategic location and proximity to the North Sea, it allows our vessels to reduce turnaround times and offers our clients smooth and cost efficient handling for all kinds of cargoes including direct loading/discharging from and into the water.”

According to Stefan Venema, head of agency and marine department of Rhenus in Rotterdam, the company will also provide agency services in all Dutch ports.

www.zeamarine.com

www.projectcargorotterdam.com

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