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streamlinesCURACAO: January 04, 2018. Specialist reefer and bulk cargo carrier StreamLines has begun a new weekly service linking Central America, the Caribbean, U.S. East Coast and Europe.

Operating 1,200 TEU-capacity vessels that include 380 reefer sockets, the company's new 'Blue Stream' service will make its first call at Dunkerque's Terminal des Flandres on January 11, 2018.

Carrying fresh and frozen produce from Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala, the eastbound rotation will originate at Willemstad (Curacao) and make calls at Oranjestad (Aruba), Puerto Limon (Costa Rica), Puerto Barrios (Guatemala), Puerto Cortes (Honduras), Port Canaveral (Florida), Wilmington (North Carolina), Tilbury (UK), Rotterdam (Netherlands), Dunkerque and Rouen (France), Fort de France, (Martinique) and Pointe à Pitre (Guadeloupe).

The company says the inclusion of Dunkerque and revision to its westbound service provides shippers the fastest ocean service to Fort de France and to Pointe a Pitre, a reduction of one day in the transit time from Rouen, 14 days to Willemstad and 16 days to Oranjestad, one day faster than the previous schedule.

Based in Curaçao with a branch office in Antwerp, StreamLines also operates weekly sailings from Europe to St. Petersburg supported by a European trucking network that connects with its liner services.

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