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Ellerman City Liners launches new China-Morocco-UK service

Ellerman City Liners, a UK shipping company, has announced a new container service connecting China with the United Kingdom and Europe.

The ocean carrier will deploy two vessels, Cape Hellas and Buxfavourite, calling at Ningbo (China), Da Chan Bay (China), Casablanca (Morocco) and Tilbury (UK).

"Comprehensive service options and seamless connections are also offered to major European ports including Cadiz, Bilbao, Setubal, Aveiro, Rotterdam, Teesport and Gdynia," said Ellerman City Liners.

The service is scheduled to commence on 11 June and will offer various equipment options, including 40’ high cube, 40’ high cube and 45’ pallet wide containers. The service will also offer transshipment services from Tilbury to other European destinations.

Antonis Karamalegkos
Managing Editor

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