New German-Polish feeder collaboration in the Baltic
16 days left until sulfur regulations: German Arkon and Polish Best Logistics will launch a new feeder service for heavy-lift and multipurpose in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea once the new sulfur regulations come into force in the new year.
BY OLE ANDERSEN
German shipbroker Arkon has joined forces with Polish logistics company Best Logistics to establish a new feeder carrier for multipurpose, heavy-lift and project cargo between major ports in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
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