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we connect vessels and cargoes in the shortsea trade.

Our shortsea team focuses on coastal trades in the Atlantic mainly within Europe, Middle East and Africa. They handle cargo and vessel sizes from inland barges / coasters upto mini-bulkers and multipurpose ships.

Shortsea encompass the movement of cargo mainly by sea along a coast, without crossing an ocean. Some short-sea vessels are small enough to travel inland on inland waterways. In Europe, short-sea shipping is at the forefront of the European Union’s transportation policy. It currently accounts for roughly 40% of all freight moved in Europe.

Short-sea shipping includes the movements of wet and dry bulk cargoes. Some short-sea ship vessels are small enough to travel inland on inland waterways. Short-sea shipping includes the movements of wet and dry bulk cargoes or containers around the coast. Typical (and mostly bulk) cargoes include grain, fertilisers, steel, coal, salt, stone, scrap, minerals, and oil products (such as diesel oil, kerosene, and aviation fuel) or containers.

Typical ship sizes range from 1,000 DWT (tonnes deadweight – i.e., the amount of cargo they carry) to 15,000 DWT with drafts ranging from around 3 to 6 m (10 to 20 ft). (Source: Wikipedia)

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Shortsea means …

SHORTSEA

Shortsea means …

SHORTSEA

we connect vessels and cargoes in the shortsea trade.

Our shortsea team focuses on coastal trades in the Atlantic mainly within Europe, Middle East and Africa. They handle cargo and vessel sizes from inland barges / coasters upto mini-bulkers and multipurpose ships.

Shortsea encompass the movement of cargo mainly by sea along a coast, without crossing an ocean. Some short-sea vessels are small enough to travel inland on inland waterways. In Europe, short-sea shipping is at the forefront of the European Union’s transportation policy. It currently accounts for roughly 40% of all freight moved in Europe.

Short-sea shipping includes the movements of wet and dry bulk cargoes. Some short-sea ship vessels are small enough to travel inland on inland waterways. Short-sea shipping includes the movements of wet and dry bulk cargoes or containers around the coast. Typical (and mostly bulk) cargoes include grain, fertilisers, steel, coal, salt, stone, scrap, minerals, and oil products (such as diesel oil, kerosene, and aviation fuel) or containers.

Typical ship sizes range from 1,000 DWT (tonnes deadweight – i.e., the amount of cargo they carry) to 15,000 DWT with drafts ranging from around 3 to 6 m (10 to 20 ft). (Source: Wikipedia)

we connect vessels and cargoes in the shortsea trade.

Our shortsea team focuses on coastal trades in the Atlantic mainly within Europe, Middle East and Africa. They handle cargo and vessel sizes from inland barges / coasters upto mini-bulkers and multipurpose ships.

Shortsea encompass the movement of cargo mainly by sea along a coast, without crossing an ocean. Some short-sea vessels are small enough to travel inland on inland waterways. In Europe, short-sea shipping is at the forefront of the European Union’s transportation policy. It currently accounts for roughly 40% of all freight moved in Europe.

Short-sea shipping includes the movements of wet and dry bulk cargoes. Some short-sea ship vessels are small enough to travel inland on inland waterways. Short-sea shipping includes the movements of wet and dry bulk cargoes or containers around the coast. Typical (and mostly bulk) cargoes include grain, fertilisers, steel, coal, salt, stone, scrap, minerals, and oil products (such as diesel oil, kerosene, and aviation fuel) or containers.

Typical ship sizes range from 1,000 DWT (tonnes deadweight – i.e., the amount of cargo they carry) to 15,000 DWT with drafts ranging from around 3 to 6 m (10 to 20 ft). (Source: Wikipedia)