Wagenborg has always focused on long-term relationships by serving various customers with reliable services. This approach has led to regularly sailed routes in several areas where we have proven to be successful. We would like to share the possibilities to load deck / project cargo on these semi-liner services.
Wagenborg Shipping Sweden AB again expands her RORO liner services in the Baltic region. As of July 6th 2020, Wagenborg will start a new RORO line between Riga (Latvia) and Oxelösund (Sweden) with three voyages per week on a fixed timetable.
Royal Wagenborg has extended the sailing area of her geared MPP fleet to include West Africa. When looking at the current sailing area, this extension is a logical next step. Significant synergies can be seen between the fleet, existing key industries and the opportunities in the region.
Recently various Wagenborg vessels were welcomed at shipyard Royal Niestern Sander in the port of Delfzijl. Here, ballast water management systems will be installed in the vessels ‘Edenborg’, ‘Jade’, ‘Westborg’ and ‘Merel V’.
The MV Adriaticborg loads yachts in Port Everglades at the US East Coast for the US West Coast. With a total available deck space of 1.890 m2, these A-class vessels are perfectly suitable to carry deck cargo.
After a tender procedure, shipyard Royal Niestern Sander, Wagenborg Offshore and a joint-venture between Mercury Sakhalin and Pola have signed an agreement for the construction of the world’s first shallow draft ice-breaking walk to work vessel. After delivery in December 2021, Mercury Sakhalin will operate this vessel on the East Coast of Sakhalin for the oil and gas industry.
Recently, about 1.750 tons of wheat was discharged from the MV Douwent at the Wagenborg Bulk Terminal for Royal Koopmans under agency of Wagenborg. The cargo will be stored temporarily at the Bulk Terminal and be transshipped to the city of Leeuwarden into inland vessels in a couple of months.