New Silk Road increases the frequency of departures
In cooperation with DBO Bahnoperator GmbH under the "flag" Baltic Sea Bridge, Mukran Port Terminals GmbH has been operating a fixed sea route as part of the New Silk Road between Asia and Europe since end March.
2200 containers (TEU) were transported during these ten weeks of continuous service, with a weekly departure from Baltijsk (Kaliningrad region) towards Mukran Port.
After reviewing the first weeks of service, Baltic Sea Bridge and DBO Bahnoperator GmbH, responsible for capacity utilization on the Silk Road route, have jointly agreed to take this measure.
The volume of containers not only necessitates a higher frequency of departures, but also a faster and more economical ship.
For our company, Mukran Port has developed into a reliable hub for East-West traffic - we are delighted to see this," stated Arne Ehlers, Managing Director of the shipping company BREB.
Maritime Business World