New shipping route to Hirtshals

New shipping route to Hirtshals

19-07-2018 12:00:00

The Norwegian family owned shipping company Egil Ulvan AS will be launching a shipping route between Denmark and Norway with Blue Water Shipping as Danish sales agent. Plans for the future of the route includes a weekly stop in Danish fishing village Hirtshals.

”There is a demand for a set freight route between Norway and Denmark. Along with many other actors in the industry we therefore have high expectations that it produces positive results, "says Arild Hoff, daily manager of Egil Ulvan Shipping Company.

Blue Water Shipping in Hirtshals will become dock agents in charge, perform dockhand tasks and act as Egil Ulvans Danish salesagent.

The new set route will be sailed by the cargo vessel With Frohavet, which will make a stop in Hirtshals every second week, with the first time being on July 28. The plan for the future is that the cargo vessel Kristian With will be sailing the route in order to make a weekly stop in Hirtshals part of the set route plan.

The cargo vessels will be shipping different types of goods, food and project loads to and from Denmark and Norway. The shipping company will arrive at 30 different Norwegian ports on a weekly basis.

The family-owned shipping company Egil Ulvan AS was founded in 1919. Today it is the third and fourth generation, father and son Egil and Ivar who are in charge of running the company.

Source: Blue Water / Maritime Danmark

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