Новый сервис Unifeeder через Калининград

Unifeeder Launches Kaliningrad Service

  • Unifeeder has announced adding Kaliningrad to its feeder and shortsea network. Starting December 8, the company offers a new weekly service.

    The port rotation will be: Hamburg – Kaliningrad – Klaipeda. The service will call at both Kaliningrad Commercial Sea Port and Baltiysk.


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