30 May 2017

‘Bridging’ the gap between Asia and La Spezia Container Terminal

LSCT welcomed the first of three maiden calls by ‘K’ Line ships in the coming weeks.

 

THE Alliance is certainly ‘bridging’ the gap between Asia and LSCT following the arrival over the weekend of the München Bridge, the first of three large containerships with the famous ‘Bridge’ name that will call at Contship Italia’s premier gateway in the coming few weeks. She will be followed by the Manchester Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge both of which are scheduled to call in the first half of June. All three were built at the Imabari Shipyard in Hiroshima, Japan and were delivered in 2015. Measuring 366m in length, each ship has a capacity of 13,870 teu and an average gross weight of 151,238 tons

Pictured is Roberto Scotto LSCT Director Customer Service presenting a commemorative plaque to Captain Budda Sankara Rao, together with Marcello Di Francesco, La Spezia Agent and Carlo Gariazzo, K-Line Italy

 

Check our connectivity tool and see how advantageous La Spezia is in terms connections with Far East destinations.

 

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