Against the odds: Ludicrous
Reaping the reward in the good days is of paramount importance.
NileDutch, the container carrier specialising in West Africa, is about to introduce a new service to link the East Mediterranean with West Africa. The rotation will start in Turkey and the service will run every nine days. The first vessel (MV Cafer Dede) will sail on 23 October 2015.
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