CMA CGM to Change Terminal in Poland

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 4/14/2023, Location: Europe

Effective May 15th, 2023 (week 20), we will be docking all our vessels in Gdansk at the Baltic Hub container terminal instead of previous terminals in the Port of Gdynia.

Service to Szczecin remains unchanged.

This change will bring you an enhancement of your overall experience, ease of doing business, and provide better accessibility to inland transportation in Poland and the surrounding countries.

Our teams are doing their best to ensure a smooth transition and will continue to provide their best level of service to meet your expectations. We will of course keep you informed about all details related to this transfer.

Meanwhile, please do not hesitate to contact your CMA CGM local agent should you have any question.


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