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UECC with a new weekly line service from Cuxhaven

Cuxhaven, 21st October 2021 | The Norwegian shipping company UECC added Cuxhaven to its Baltic Service at the beginning of October.

In the deep sea port at the mouth of the Elbe, various imports from Russia and Finland are unloaded and loaded into the European hinterland. In addition, there are regular transports from UECC from Cuxhaven to the United Kingdom and other network ports of the shipping company, such as Zeebrugge.

Managing Director and Deputy Chairman of the HWG, Arne Ehlers, adds: “Ports must make their contribution to protect the climate and environment. We therefore strive to continuously develop the Cuxhaven location in terms of technology and sustainability. We are very pleased about the new line service from Cuxhaven of UECC with their LNG-powered RoRo carriers.”

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Credits: Cuxport

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