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Despite rough weather M/V Cala Paradiso loaded fresh produce to Europe

The bad weather conditions and high winds affected the two main Mediterranean ports and work had to be stopped
05.03.12 / 00:00
Despite rough weather M/V Cala Paradiso loaded fresh produce to Europe
05.03.12
Despite rough weather M/V Cala Paradiso loaded fresh produce to Europe

The bad weather conditions and high winds affected the two main Mediterranean ports and work had to be stopped.
 
Haifa port's western wharf, known to be the only protected wharf in Israel, continued to work last week, loading fresh produce, despite the extreme weather conditions.
 
The bad weather conditions and high winds affected the two main Mediterranean ports and work had to be stopped.
 
Haifa port's western wharf whose main part was built by the British and considered to be highly protected from extreme weather conditions is located in the western end of the main port. The terminal has a 400 meter quay (1312 feet) with quayside water depth of up to 10.5 meters (35 feet).
 
M/V Cala Paradiso, a multipurpose vessel, operated by Cosiarma, a company belonging to GF Group and represented in Israel by Israel Scandinavian Maritime Agency Ltd., loaded over 3.500 pallets of fresh fruit and vegetables destined to the French port Sטte located in the south near Marseille.
 
The vessel was due to arrive Sטte on Monday and cargo moved to European fresh produce hubs on Tuesday.
 

 

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