P&O Ferries said freight customers could continue to rely on its services across the North Sea after it signed a three-year charter agreement with Bore on Ro-Ro vessels MS Norsky and MS Norstream.
The two ships play a vital role in linking customers to P&O Ferries’ Zeebrugge hub and unlocking access to freight destinations across Europe.
P&O Ferries has also reinforced its commitment to the Zeebrugge-Teesport route through a separate extension of the MS Finnpulp charter agreement with Finnlines.
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The MS Finnpulp will continue serving the route on two midweek sailings a week, giving customers more options on the key trading routes between the UK and Belgium.
Peter Hebblethwaite, P&O Ferries chief executive, said: “Our continued cooperation with Bore Ltd and Finnlines is in response to the importance of our North Sea routes to our customers, who are playing a key role in ensuring smooth trade between Europe and the UK.
“We’re delighted to be reinforcing our presence on our North Sea routes and ensuring our customers continue to receive great service and consistent sailings between Zeebrugge and our UK ports in the years ahead.”
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