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Seago Line added Fos sur Mer call to the Mediterranean Sea service

The service will connect the ports of Haifa, Mersin and Alexandria directly with Fos sur Mer
25.10.12 / 00:00
photo: Joel Galeran
25.10.12
photo: Joel Galeran

The service will connect the ports of Haifa, Mersin and Alexandria directly with Fos sur Mer
 
Feeder shipping company Seago Line, part of Danish group AP Moller-Maersk A/S announced that it will add the port of Fos sur Mer to the rotation of the company's Mediterranean Sea service.

 

In a statement issued by the company it noted that with this addition, the service will connect the ports of Haifa, Mersin and Alexandria directly with Fos sur Mer.
The company added that especially for the perishable goods from Israel and this service will offer fixed weekly departures from Haifa every Thursday evening with arrival on Tuesday mornings to Fos sur Mer.
 
The first vessel will be M/V Taurus 1228/1229 with the following departures: Haifa 15th of November ; Fos sur Mer 20th of November.
 
Transit times to and from Fos sur Mer will be as follows: Haifa to Fos sur Mer 5 days Mersin to Fos sur Mer 7 days Alexandria to Fos sur Mer 9 days Fos sur Mer to Alexandria 11 days Fos sur Mer to Mersin 13 days Fos sur Mer to Haifa 15 days. Seagoline also announced the launch of its new Black Sea service.

The Black Sea service has been specifically designed for fast transportation of perishable goods in reefer cargo into the Black Sea area. It will offer direct weekly calls from Mersin and Ashdod to Novorossiysk, providing our customers with reliable weekly coverage between these ports.

 

The rotation will be as follows: Ashdod-Mersin-Novorossiysk-Ashdod.
The first vessel will depart from Ashdod on 8th of November.

 

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