Clipper's Irish RoRo business notes major growth

Clipper Group's ferry operator Seatruck Ferries, which operates on the Irish Sea, has increased its freight volumes by 18 percent in 2016, informs the company.

Clipper's Irish RoRo activities in company Seatruck Ferries has managed to grow its freight volumes 18 percent in 2016 so far, which according to the company makes it the fastest growing operator on the Irish Sea.

Seatruck CEO Alistair Eagles notes that freight volumes in November finished 30 percent above the level from the same period last year. This growth is attributed to changes in infrastructure, which have shortened the voyage time for trucks to Port of Heysham, where Seatruck Ferries is headquartered.

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