Advertisement

Tilbury Container Terminal’s New Caribbean Service

Tilbury’s London Container Terminal (LCT) announced on 7 January 2016 that Streamlines’ new Blue Stream weekly service will call at London’s major port from February, as part of a new service linking Northern Europe to and from the Caribbean, Central America and Florida.

Streamlines, which is part of the SeaTrade group, is a niche container line which operates in the Caribbean, with a focus on perishable cargo, and has launched this new service as part of their development plan.

The new Blue Stream service will commence in January 2016 from North Europe and arrive for its inaugural call at Tilbury on 12 February 2016.  This rotation will prove to be one of the fastest Caribbean links to the UK.

The rotation will be Rotterdam-Tilbury-Radicatel (Le Havre)-Fort de France-Pointe a Pitre-Philipsburg-Moin – Puerto Cortes – Santo Tomas de Castilla – Rotterdam – Tilbury

 

Ships Montly - January 2024

HAV Design contracted to design autonomous zero-emission ferries

On 1 March 2024 Norway-based HAV Design signed a contract to design and develop four newbuild, autonomous zero-emission ferries that will operate the Lavik-Oppedal...
Advertisement

Related articles

HAV Design contracted to design autonomous zero-emission ferries

On 1 March 2024 Norway-based HAV Design signed a contract to design and develop four newbuild, autonomous zero-emission...

Passengers stranded on Cruise Ship with mystery illness

The Norwegian Cruise Line ship Norwegian Dawn, on a 12-day cruise from Cape Town to Port Louis, was...

AIDA Cruises launches major fleet modernisation programme

With AIDA Evolution, AIDA Cruises has launched the largest modernisation program in its fleet. It is the most...

Damen unveils new Multi-Purpose Support Ship (MPSS)

Latest Damen design an answer to increased use of drone technology at sea to meet today’s defence and...