Maersk Line re-opens service to Annaba Eastern Algeria
Maersk Line re-opens service to Annaba in eastern Algeria
Maersk Line is looking forward to servicing you once again in Annaba, an excellent port for in-land regions in the eastern part of Algeria.
Maersk Line has exciting news for everyone shipping to and from Algeria. Starting April 2015, Maersk Line is re-opening its service to Annaba in the eastern part of Algeria. This means that we’ll once again offer sublime connections from markets such as Far East Asia and the Middle East to Annaba, accepting dry, reefer and project cargo.
Annaba serves as an excellent port for the in-land regions of Constantine, Souk Ahrass, Batna, Guelam and Tebessa. To begin with, the service will be bi-weekly via Malta, and connects Annaba with all global trade lanes in the Maersk Line network.
With Annaba once again in our portfolio, Maersk Line now calls five ports in Algeria, including Algiers (both dry- and seaport), Skikda, Bejaia and Oran.
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Our fleet of more than 500 vessels and multiple weekly departures on major trade lanes ensure we always have your promise to your customer covered.
Make sure to check out how our network can open opportunities for you in Algeria – and everywhere else in the world. We invite you to get in touch with your local Maersk Line office to inquire about our services. Your promise. Delivered.