CaytransBBC introduces regular service to Venezuela and Trinidad

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14 Nov 2011

CaytransBBCCaytransBBC, a service managed by Dan-Gulf shipping, introduces regular sailings of its break bulk vessels from the US Gulf to Venezuela and Trinidad & Tobago twice a month.

The service will load out of Care Terminals in Houston and Alabama State Docks in Mobile and discharge in Guanta and Maracaibo in Venezuela as well as Pt. Lisas in Trinidad. The company states that other load and discharge ports can be called on inducement basis.
“We are pleased to offer this service expansion to Trinidad due to the strong demand we encounter from international shippers that are involved in local oil and gas projects”, states
Mr. Niels Busse, President of Dan-Gulf Shipping and adds: “This offering works in conjunction with our existing services that we currently provide to the north coast of Colombia and other Caribbean and Central American destinations.”
CaytransBBC is a joint venture service of the leading German multipurpose and heavy-lift fleet operator BBC Chartering and New Orleans-based Caytrans Project Services (Americas). The company operates box shaped multipurpose tween-deckers ranging from 3,500dwat to 6,000dwat and offers lifting capacities up to 120mt. On a demand basis, the service can access a fleet of 140 multi-purpose/heavy-lift vessels which is operated by BBC Chartering and offers clients lifting capacities up to 800mt.
Source: CaytransBBC

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