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Unifeeder boosts capacity in the Baltic Sea

The irregular arrival times of large container ships in Northern European ports result in delays and bottlenecks, says Unifeeder.

Unifeeder has inserted additional tonnage to the carrier's network in the Baltic Sea and to ports in Scandinavia ahead of the Chinese New year, which has resulted in larger import volumes to Northern Europe, says Unifeeder, also noting that many oceangoing container ships arrive at the Northern European ports outside of their set schedules, resulting in overloads and bottlenecks.

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