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Viasea opens own route directly from UK to Norway

Viasea opens own route directly from UK to Norway

Published: 06. April 2021
In January Viasea opened new department in Immingham, and will run a new, direct route to Norway from the 1st of May this year.
The Immingham department is already in place, ready to take care of our new and existing customers. The office is being led by Andrew Ellis. Ellis, along with his team of 3, has extensive experience from the industry; shortsea, logistics and export from the UK. The departure day will be Saturdays at midnight, thus the first voyage will be on the 1st of May.

Immingham is the largest port in the UK by tonnage. It’s location makes it one of the busiest trade industries and connects businesses across the UK and the rest of the world.

The route will be visiting nothing less than 4 ports in Norway; starting with Oslo on Wednesdays, than Moss and Larvik on Thursdays, and Kristiansand on Fridays – giving access to the whole of the southern part of Norway in one route.
 
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