Joint North Sea Service Operation Formed By Brostrom And Tor Line

Sweden's Brostrom, and Tor L i n e s h i p p i n g g r o u p s have launched a new joint company to manage their cargo traffic in the North and Baltic Seas and to develop feeder traffic f o r transocean services. Called Tor Lloyd AB, the company will deploy modern r o / r o ships serving mainly its own terminals and agency network.

The agreement will serve to coordinate their North Sea traffic, with Tor Lloyd assuming responsibility for existing services between Sweden and Denmark, Britain, and North European and Baltic ports, as well as for traffic between Britain and North Europe.

Tor Lloyd will offer a total of 50 sailings a week, with a freight volume of over 2 million tons per year.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 16,  Apr 15, 1980 Dick Goode

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