Finnlines to provide liner services to the port of Bronka
Finnlines is starting to provide maritime liner services to the Multipurpose port of Bronka, St. Petersburg in March 2017.
In a move to expand its presence in Russia and enhance the country’s maritime links with the global marketplace, Finnlines announced that sailings to and from Russia will be focused to Port of Bronka as from March 2017.
Finnlines will provide better service in the new port of Bronka which has been designed and constructed to meet the specific requirements of unitised and all type of ro-ro cargoes and containers.
Bronka serves both ro-ro and container traffic. The port offers excellent traffic connections to the main road and rail network in Russia and further to the landlocked neighboring countries.
Finnlines fleet calling Bronka is modern, environmentally friendly and one of the youngest in the Baltic Sea area. Ro-ro and ro-pax vessels are suitable for all kinds of commodities: trailers, containers, new cars, mobile cargo, break-bulk and lorries with accompanied drivers.
Finnlines is particularly well-suited to deliver a service that meets the needs of the Russian trade and industry connecting Russia with the whole Grimaldi Groups worldwide network.