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Unifeeder ensures more calls on the Elbe and Weser

Caption: Foto: Unifeeder

The shortsea shipping company Unifeeder is expanding its service to Denmark. A second ship is now sailing with port calls in Hamburg and Bremerhaven.

A loop will now be served by the “Peyton Lynn C” (869 TEU), which will sail weekly from Hamburg to Helsingborg, Copenhagen and Frederikstad and then return to Hamburg via Bremerhaven. The feeder, built in China in 2007, is owned by HS Schiffahrt and sailed for the first time last week. [ds_preview]

Unifeeder charters German tonnage

Unifeeder ‘s other loop has long been served by the “Elbskipper” (868 TEU), which connects Hamburg and Wilhelmshaven with Helsingborg (Sweden) and Copenhagen. The 22-year-old ship is chartered in by the Elbdeich shipping company.

Two years ago, port operator Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) announced its intention to relocate the Copenhagen container terminal from its current location in Levantkaj to Ydre Nordhavn. The new terminal is located 2 km north-east of the existing terminal and is scheduled for completion in 2025.

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