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The Port of Lisbon
   23 February | 01:44
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Cargo ships at Port of Lisbon: week of 18 to 24 February Icon
Cargo ships at Port of Lisbon: week of 18 to 24 February

The Port of Lisbon, from 18 to 24 February, has announced a total of 28 cargo ships: 17 containers, 5 tanks, 3 general cargo, 1 bulk carrier, 1 reefer and 1 dredger. We emphasize this week, M/V LEIV EIRIKSSON, Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger, which has flag from Luxemburg, with 223m long, 46,373 GT, 15.15m draft and 38 crew on board. This dredger had as its previous port the port of Brest in France and comes to Lisbon only to bunkering. The supply will be made by Petroleos de Portugal - Petrogal, SA, and the operation will take place offshore at the central frame anchorage, following later to Brazil, to the port of Rio de Janeiro. Navex – Empresa Portuguesa de Navegação, S.A. is the shipping agency responsible for the coordination of this ship’s operations in Lisbon  Read More
Cruise ship FTI Berlin at the Port of Lisbon

On the 20th February the cruise ship FTI Berlin ends in Lisbon a 18-night itinerary beginning in Havana and calls in Puerto Plata, Philipsburg, St. John's and Ponta Delgada. The next day the FTI Berlin starts in Lisbon a 7-night itinerary which ends in Barcelona and includes the ports of Cadiz, Motril, Almeria, Alicante and Valencia. This will be the first of three calls scheduled for 2017 in the Port of Lisbon, where she made his first call in 2013 under this name, since it had already premiered in 2007 as Spirit of Adventure, in 2005 as Orange Melody, and formerly as Berlin.  Read More
Cargo ships at Port of Lisbon: week of 11 to 17 February Icon
Cargo ships at Port of Lisbon: week of 11 to 17 February

The Port of Lisbon, from 11 to 17 February, has announced a total of 27 cargo ships: 17 containers, 4 general cargo, 3 tanks, 1 bulk carrier, 1 reefer and 1 ro-ro cargo ship. We emphasize this week the ship M / V GRANDE CONGO, ro-ro cargo ship, which has an Italian flag, with 211m long, 47,658 GT, 9.7m draft and 28 crew on board. This vessel, which belongs to the regular line of Grimaldi Line, had as its previous port the port of Le Havre in France and comes to Lisbon to load and unload at the Santa Apolónia Container Terminal, operated by Sotagus, SA, following To Morocco, to the port of Casablanca  Read More
The activity of the Shipping Agencies in the Port of Lisbon - Grupo Pinto Basto - Tradition and Pioneering

Developing its activity for more than two centuries, Pinto Basto is one of the shipping agencies with the longest tradition and history we can find in the Port of Lisbon. They have started operations in the city of Oporto as traders, and in 1822 they moved their headquarters to Lisbon. Since then have contributed strongly to the development of the Portuguese maritime sector. At the moment the Pinto Basto Group has diversified its activity acting in four business areas: Logistics, Agencies, Regular Lines and P & I Clubs. In 2002, they began their internationalization process by establishing themselves in Angola, with participation in the financial services and security industries, and are now consolidating new challenges by opening up to new markets, such as Spain, Mozambique and Hong Kong. In the logistics area, they have tradition in project-cargoes and in all logistics operations, by land, sea or air, while in the area of freight forwarders, Pinto Basto Gest assumes itself as a reference company in the management of transport and cargoes, at national and international level   Read More

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