The first Geest Line ship has docked at Portsmouth after the firm announced it would be returning to the Hampshire port.
Eastern Caribbean shipping firm Geest Line is returning to Portsmouth two years after relocating to Dover. The company moved its cargo handling operation to the Kent port due to scheduling difficulties at Portsmouth, which have now been resolved.
Eastern Caribbean shipping firm Geest Line is relocating its south of England cargo handling to Dover following fleet expansion. The company’s move from Portsmouth has been prompted by the need to accommodate revised scheduling times involving the weekend discharge of cargoes. It comes as Geest replaces its fleet of four charter vessels with five larger and newer ships, increasing capacity … Read More
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