Tchibo plans to import via Wilhelmshaven
German Retail chain Tchibo is examining the possibility to route its import containers via Wilhelmshaven deep-water port. First test shipments are currently being made, the company said in its press release. At the intermodal railway station adjacent to the EUROGATE Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven, the first Tchibo containers were loaded from ship to rail. The train left Wilhelmshaven at 9 a.m. yesterday and arrived in Bremen at 11.30 a.m. From there, the goods are transported to Tchibo’s high-bay warehouse, from where they are distributed to the Tchibo sales outlets in Germany and the rest of Europe. Tchibo ships its containers from the Far East to Wilhelmshaven. Source: PortNews
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