Höegh Autoliners returns to Gothenburg
Höegh Autoliners is pleased to announce its return to Gothenburg with a regular direct service to South Africa and Oceania. The service started this March and is offered every other week.
To service the Swedish import and export industry, Höegh Autoliners will call Gothenburg directly on its East Asia to Europe service. With direct calls to Gothenburg, customers will have the possibility to connect to a global trade network via ports on the continent or direct to South Africa and Oceania.
Oskar Orstadius, Chief Sales Officer says,
We are happy to be back with our new service in Gothenburg to support the demand in cargo flows in and out of Sweden, for both the automotive and high and heavy industries. We are working closely with our customers to offer sustainable and green solutions and are fully committed to lead the way for greener and more sustainable transportation.
Höegh Autoliners operates some of the greenest and largest PCTC vessels in the world. The New Horizon series can transport up to 8500 car equivalent units and have been designed to minimise its impact on the environment. Built on state-of-the-art technology, the vessels emit only half of the CO2 per car transported compared to a standard car carrier.
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