Seatruck Ferries øger kapaciteten på Liverpool – Dublin ruten

CLIPPER PENNANT i Dublin d. 24/6-2011. Foto: Michael Koefoed-Hansen

Seatruck Ferries vil fra januar indsætte RoRo færgen CLIPPER PENNANT på ruten Liverpool – Dublin, så der kommer til at sejle 4 RoRo færger på ruten. Indsættelsen sker samtidig med at deres ejere CLdN, fordobler kapaciteten på deres Santander – Dublin rute.

“The recent acquisition of Seatruck Ferries allowed us to make use of the synergies of both networks and we can now double frequency from the Iberian Peninsula to both Ireland and the UK by dividing the triangle service into two separate services. Since the Seatruck terminal in Dublin will be adjacent to CLdN’s as from late January 2023, we can make use of this unique position, which will be seamlessly connecting Dublin to and from Liverpool. Increased frequency will result in a big advantage for our customers, it will result in quicker turnaround times of their assets, and they will be able to deliver cargo more flexibly throughout the week. We are continuously looking for ways to improve the service to our customers and are excited about the future potential that we now have with our Irish services, since the acquisition of Seatruck Ferries”.

Florent Maes, CEO CLdN.

CLIPPER PENNANT har siden december 2019 været charteret ud til konkurrenten P&O Ferries, som også har brugt den på ruten Liverpool – Dublin.

Kilde: Seatruck Ferries

Om Michael Koefoed-Hansen

Redaktør og ejer af Færgenyt. Har udgivet 3 bøger om dansk færgefart på forlaget Starnia, samt drevet hjemmesiden ”The ferry site” siden 1998. ”The ferry site” hører i dag til blandt de største private hjemmesider med information omkring færger.

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