100 Old Hall Street
Liverpool L3 9QJ
Tel: 0151 243 6134
Seago Line is an independent entity within the A.P. Moller — Maersk Group with own offices in all major countries throughout the region. With over 300 staff, operating over
75 vessels with a combined capacity of around 105,000 TEUs, this makes Seago Line one of the largest short-sea operators in Europe and well positioned to create value for our clients.
Seago Line was established with the aim of:
- Providing a client value proposition tailor made to the European short sea market. This includes fast documentation & quoting, agile operation and strong local client interaction
- The extensive feeder network will be made available to other main line operators at competitive terms and high quality. Seago Line will operate as 100% independent business unit towards Maersk Line & Safmarine.
With access to the Groups' equipment pool, main hub ports, industry knowledge, unmatched vessel fleet, extensive network and local focus, Seago Line is uniquely positioned to deliver flexibility, reliability and ease of business for both our short sea clients and main line operators
Why choose Seago Line:
- Regional expertise: Our Seago Line team includes skilled, experienced and reliable local representation in more than 25 European countries. We cover the entire European region including all countries in the Mediterranean area, Russia and the Baltics.
- Extensive network: as one of the largest European short sea & feeder operators, Seago Line has a significant network coverage in all European markets.
- Efficient: Save time and money with streamlined processes, intelligent technology and fast, accurate documentation.
- Flexible: Vessel operations are equipped to manage more frequent schedule changes by centralizing operation in one location (Copenhagen) — naturally with the aim at providing a reliable product.
- Sustainable: As Europe moves further towards reducing CO2 emissions, Seago Line will lead the way in environmental performance.
- Reefers: World-leading expertise in refrigerated containers.