Hartmann Project Lines sets sail
The Hartmann Group of Leer, Germany has now launched its new Hartmann Project Lines service, as initially reported on the HLPFI website on March 16.This new liner service – linking North America with the Far East, South East Asia and Australia, provides regular scheduled, monthly sailings from Canada and the USA to Korea, China, Singapore and Australia.
Calling at the ports of Las Palmas, Canaries; Montreal/Trois Rivieres, Canada; Houston, USA; Masan, South Korea; Shanghai, China; Singapore as well as both Fremantle and Esperance in Australia, and deploying modern multi-purpose ships, the new service is designed to bring reliable, tailormade solutions to clients in the breakbulk and project market sector, worldwide.
Hartmann Project Lines (HPL) is a collaborative venture between several companies of the Hartmann Group, combining the knowledge and experience of Hartmann’s ship owning, ship managing and commercial management companies.
With Hartmann Group affiliate Intership Navigation of Cyprus in the role of ship owners, the commercial management is headed up by the HSA Chartering team, which has offices in Houston, Singapore, Shanghai and Brisbane.
Source: Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International
30 April 2012