Hamburg-based RoRo carrier “K” Line has announced that the port of Yokohama will be added to their regular port rotation on the Europe-to-Asia Service starting from February.

The loading ports in Europe “K”Line will cover are Bremerhaven, Zeebrugge and Bristol, with routes to Toyohashi, Chiba, Kobe, and soon Yokohama.

“K” Line’s regional European Headquarters are responsible for the commercial activities in Car Carrier Business in all European countries and are responsible for the trade operations for the services operated from Europe to North America, Asia and South Africa. Since 1996, “K” Line has increased its foot-print within the transatlantic region and have become an inherent part of the supply chain of many OEMs from the car, construction and agricultural segment.

By employing modern state-of-the-art vessels in the Atlantic, “K” Line provides the largest and most diversified RoRo-network connecting the major production sites and markets for our customers. In the segment of High & Heavy, breakbulk and project cargoes, “K” Line has made significant contributions to expedite the company’s transformation from a pure car carrier to a project and H&H specialist with tailor-made solutions for the most difficult cargoes available in the market.

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