NILEDUTCH UPGRADES THE EUROPE - WEST AFRICA TRADE
Starting in March, NileDutch, the container carrier specialised in connections to and from West Africa, will upgrade its services from Europe to West Africa by operating two loops.
Port rotation - WEWA
The existing West Europe – West Africa Service, known as WEWA, will be upgraded to weekly sailings and will start on March 9, with the following port rotation:
Antwerp - Le Havre - Leixoes by rail to Lisbon - Lisbon - Algeciras - Tanger - Pointe Noire - Luanda - Lobito - Namibe - Abidjan - Tanger - Antwerp.
Port rotation - EUWA
A new service to Dakar and Abidjan will provide extra loading ports. This new Europe West Africa service (EUWA) will start on March 6 with the following port rotation:
Dunkerque - Tilbury - Antwerp - Dunkerque - Le Havre - Montoir - Tanger - Algeciras - Dakar - Abidjan - Dakar - Algeciras - Dunkerque.
NileDutch’s West African network
Pointe Noire (Congo) will serve as NileDutch’s hub for shipments to and from Douala, Libreville, Bata, Malabo, Boma, Matadi, Cabinda and Soyo.
NileDutch Africa Line BV (NileDutch), headquartered in Rotterdam (NL), is a major container shipping company, focussing on links between West Africa and the rest of the world. The company has over 30 years’ experience of working in Africa and has a large network of offices and agents. This presence in the region means NileDutch is familiar with the needs of the African market and can respond quickly to changes in the situation and offer their customers a reliable service. The company's fleet of vessels provides efficient access to smaller ports in West Africa.
For more information please contact:
NileDutch Communication department
Tel: +31 10 281 8283