P&O Ferries doubled its freight volumes out of Gothenburg

British P&O Ferries is making big inroads into the market for freight between Gothenburg and the UK. The company's service from Gothenburg, which includes reloading, has almost doubled its volumes during the first year.

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P&O Ferries, which mainly operates on the English Channel, is now eating its way into another market, namely the service from Gothenburg in Sweden to the UK.

In the period July to September 2016, P&O Ferries transported 1,541 freight units and this is an increase of 92 percent compared to the same period last year, informs the UK-based RoRo carrier in a press release.

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