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Sea & Ports represents HMM exclusively in Libya

Caption: HMM is represented in Libya by Sea & Ports

Spanish maritime services provider Sea & Ports has been appointed as the exclusive agent of Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) in Libya.

This strategic partnership marks a significant step in Sea & Ports’ commitment to advancing its maritime activities in the North African region, the company announces. HMM’s decision to appoint Sea & Ports as general agent in Libya, together with Etihad as local sub-agent, underlines the mutual trust in each other’s capabilities after a longstanding cooperation in Spain and Portugal, and sets the stage for enhanced services and collaboration,[ds_preview].

Sea & Ports active in North Africa before collaboration with HMM

This development reportedly follows Sea & Ports’ successful entry into the North African market in 2022 with the launch of operations in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria.

José Miguel Tortajada, Managing Director of MAHS, the division of HMM within the Sea & Ports Group, comments on the collaboration as follows: “We are honored by HMM’s confidence in our capabilities and this collaboration marks a pivotal moment in our partnership with the South Korean flagship. Our expansion into Libya fits seamlessly with our commitment to provide comprehensive maritime solutions in the Iberian Peninsula and across the North African region”

HMM wird in Libyen von Sea & Ports vertreten
The South Korean company will be represented in Libya by Sea & Ports

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