Fjord Line, the ferry company, has entered a commercial partnership with maritime shipping company CLdN. The partnership will enable Fjord Line to access to CLdN’s European network for the transport of freight and cargo.
From mid-february, CLdn will stop in Hirtshals, Denmark, every week on their shipping route between Zeebrugge in Belgium and Gothenburg in Sweden. Fjord has said that this will open up new possibilities for its transport of freight and cargo on its Bergen-Stavanger-Hirtshals and Langesund-Hirtshals routes.
The new partnership means Fjord’s cargo department can deliver fast and cost efficient shipping to and from Zeebrugge, which has onward connections by sea to London (Purfleet) and Killingholme in the UK.
As well as this, Fjord can deliver transport of freight and cargo between Gothenburg in Sweden, and Bergen, Stavanger and Langesund in Norway.
“Our partnership with CLdN starts an exciting chapter for expanded freight and cargo transport by sea between Norway and central European ports,” said Rune Hetland, cargo manager in Fjord Line. “ We look forward to developing these new shipping solutions, and offering our current and future customers new and exciting possibilities”.