January 18 - OT Africa Line, a CMA-CGM group company, has restructured its ro-ro services, adding a fifth ship which allows the line to offer an improved service frequency with sailings departing Europe every 10 days.

This rotation connects the ports of Rouen and Antwerp to Pointe Noire, Congo; Port Gentil, Gabon; Libreville, Gabon; Douala, Cameroon and Abidjan,Cote d'Ivoire.

This service offers a dedicated ro-ro service catering for industries such as oil, gas and mining as well as transporting industrial projects as well as vehicles and containerised cargo. Transit services are offered from Dublin, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Hamburg and Tilbury.

Onward connections to all main ports in Angola and DRC are offered via Pointe Noire. These destinations include Soyo, Boma, Matadi, Banana, Cabinda, Lobito and Namibe.

OT Africa Line is one of the largest and longest established operators serving the trades to, from and within West Africa. Established in 1975, the company operates a fleet of multi-purpose ro-ro and container vessels.