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Port of Lisbon – Announced 17 cargo vessels

There are 17 cargo ships scheduled from the 30th of June to the 6th of July. By category:  Container Ship: 7 / Tanker: 1 / Ro-Ro: 1 / Mixed Cargo Ship: 2 / General Cargo (single deck): 6

This week we highlight the ship WES CARINA. Represented by Oneshipping- Unipessoal, Ld.ª, it operates the IBC- IBESCO service, linking Portugal to the ports of London, Rotterdam, Aarhus Havn, Gottemburg and Antwerp. It has bo be said that the origin of this company (One- Ocean Network Express) resides on the alliance of the Japanese carriers Mitsui OSK (MOL), NYK Line e K Line.

With 10.585 t. of GT, 13.200 t. of deadweight, 151,7 m. in length, it is able to carry up to 1.036 containers (TEU). Will operate at TCSA- Terminal de Contentores de Santa Apolónia (Sotagus).

Please note: This data is provisional and changes may occur.





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