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Color Line expands Kiel – Oslo cargo capacity

Logistic News - Published on Wed, 16 Jan 2019

Image Source: PORT OF KIEL
The Norwegian shipping company Color Line operates the additional freight ferry “Color Carrier“ on the route Kiel – Oslo as of 11th January to increase its freight-carrying capability. As of now, the additional freight ferry offers three roundtrips a week complementing the daily departures of the large passenger ferries. Hence, there are 10 departures per week and direction to choose from on this route.

The “Color Carrier” is 154.50 m long, 22.70 m wide and has a draught of 6.95 m. It has a load capacity of 1,775 lane metres. All sorts of rolling cargo such as trucks, trailers and containers on flats or also construction and agricultural machines are accepted. Furthermore, the vessel car-ries products of the automotive industry as well as temperature-controlled and classified goods as per IMDG-code. The ship was built in Norway in 1998, has a speed of 20 knots and an ice class.

The “Color Carrier” can transport up to 120 cargo units per crossing, so increasing the transport capacity on the Kiel – Oslo route by up to 36,000 cargo consignments a year.

At the beginning of the year, the Norwegenkai was integrated into the schedule of the Hamburg-Billwerder shuttle operating from Mondays till Fridays, which reaches all national combined transhipment stations overnight. Cargo units arriving by train from the opposite direction are transhipped onto the freight carrier to Norway on the same day.

The Norwegenkai has two berths that are equipped with a hydraulic roro-ramp each. In order to ensure smooth handling processes for the additional cargo units, the operating area on the Norwegenkai terminal has been expanded by 10,000 m2 already some time ago.

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Posted By : Joykumar Irom on Wed, 16 Jan 2019
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