The Antwerp-based reefer carrier will add a call to the French seaport to its Blue Stream service between Europe, Central America, the Caribbean and the U.S. East Coast starting in mid-January.
The Blue Stream service will call the French port of Dunkirk this month.
Antwerp-based reefer carrier Streamlines will add a new call to the port of Dunkirk, the French seaport announced on Friday.
Streamline’s Blue Stream service will call Dunkirk from Central America, the Caribbean and the U.S. East Coast starting in mid-January. The service operates with five vessels with an average vessel capacity of 1,300 TEUs, according to ocean carrier schedule and capacity database BlueWater Reporting.
The port rotation will be Tilbury, Rotterdam, Dunkirk, Rouen/Radicatel, Pointe-a-Pitre Guadeloupe, St Maarten-Philipsburg, Fort-de-France Martinique, Willemstad, Oranjestad, Puerto Limon, Puerto Barrios, Puerto Cortes, Port Canaveral, Wilmington and back to Tilbury
Streamlines is a specialist in the transport of controlled-temperature goods, and will import fresh and frozen produce from Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala, and fishery products from Guatemala, the Port of Dunkirk said.