M/V Bore Sea continued charter for the transportation of Airbus components

August 7, 2015

Bore is pleased to announce that there will be a half year extended charter until end June 2016 with Fret Cetam (for and on behalf of Airbus) for M/V Bore Sea in her present trade.

M/V Bore Sea entered into her current service in April 2012 and with her flexible cargo handling has been deployed within the Airbus fortnightly service from Saint-Nazaire to the Mediterranean Sea. She has proven and shown her strength as a true RoFlex vessel with her flexible carrying capacity as well as supporting sustainable shipping with her master class fuel efficiency and reduced emissions from her single common rail engine.

Håkan Modig, Bore CEO, says: “The direct continuation of the charter of M/V Bore Sea is a demonstration of the efficiency of our vessel in the service of our customer. M/V Bore Sea is a flexible vessel suitable to many services and trade areas, to conclude the continued charter is a further milestone in our cooperation with Fret Cetam.”

 

For further information contact

CEO Håkan Modig, tel. +358 9 61883 272

 

Bore Ltd is a shipping company since 1897, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rettig Group Ltd, with a fleet of 9 RoRo vessels. For year 2014 the turnover was some EUR 60 million, capital employed EUR 220 million and the number of employees approx 250.

Fret Cetam is a 50/50 joint venture between Louis Dreyfus Armateurs and Hoegh Autoliners created in 2002 for the maritime transportation of Airbus aircraft components. It is responsible for the coordination and optimization of the maritime operations of Airbus, which includes the management of the three purpose built RoRo vessels deployed by Airbus.

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