Curacao-based shipping and logistics company StreamLines has launched a new weekly service Blue Stream, which will make its inaugural call at UK’s London Container Terminal (LCT) in Tilbury on February 12.
The stop is a part of the company’s new service linking Northern Europe to and from the Caribbean, Central America and Florida.
Blue Stream was opened last week when the service started sailing from North Europe.
“The new Blue Stream service is great news for LCT and a positive start to the New Year. It further strengthens our North / South service links, and builds on our existing relationship with Streamline’s parent company Sea Trade, who are already a reefer customer at LCT.
“By using London’s major port, StreamLines will benefit from our unrivalled logistical networks and have access to Europe’s largest chilled warehousing facilities at the container terminal operated by NFT, so close to London,” Jamie Frater, Senior Asset Manager, London Container Terminal said.
StreamLines added that the rotation will be Rotterdam – Tilbury – Radicatel (Le Havre) – Fort de France – Pointe a Pitre – Philipsburg – Moin – Puerto Cortes – Santo Tomas de Castilla – Rotterdam – Tilbury.