HARTEL – Your black sea partner
From our office in Oostvoorne our dedicated staff operates a modern Dutch fleet of 6 identical coaster-mpp tweendeckers (Damen Combi Freighter 3850) with removable tweendecks – full cover – and bulkheads. We ship almost all commodities which do not fit into the standard containers.
We invite you to step on board with us in the knowledge that your cargo is in good hands with our experienced crew and explore the possibilities of our regular service from Baltic/Continent/UK/Ireland to Medditerian/Black Sea including Sea of Azov v.v.
An open (sea)waterway from Continent to Black Sea without borders and 365 days a year open for traffic. Our goal is to stay flexible in the possibilities from small (break)bulk (part)cargoes upto complex and time-bound projects. In order to achieve this we do not have long term contracts in our portfolio and therefore we constantly operate in the spot market to give the best possible performance to our clients.
In this high demanding market with rapid changes we found our key of success in using the knowledge of different independent shipping companies (Hartel – Hudig & Veder and Kroezen Ship’s support) who joint forces in one group (Vliet Shipping) and take care of the financing, insurance, maintenance, crewing and operations in order to keep the fleet up and running and in perfect condition.
Hartel, your Black Sea partner since 1990, almost 3 decades a reliable breakbulk service to and from the Black Sea.
Project Cargo Summit gathers 800 professionals
On 12th and 13th September Nieuwsblad Transport organized the first edition of the Project Cargo Summit. The Project Cargo Summit, held in the RDM Onderzeebootloods in Rotterdam, combined a high level conference, an exhibition, workshops and the first Project Cargo Dinner. Thanks to the support of Port of Rotterdam and prominent companies from the project… Read more ›
First decommissioning job for new Apollo
GeoSea, a subsidiary of Belgian dredging, environmental and marine engineering group company DEME, has taken delivery of the self-propelled jack-up vessel Apollo, that was built in Croatia. In Flushing (Vlissingen) it has been mobilised for its first assignment: decommissioning of the Q1 Halfweg unmanned gas platform in the Dutch sector of the North Sea. The… Read more ›
Hansa Heavy Lift transports giant carousel
Hansa Heavy Lift has transported a giant carousel together with eight reels, weighing a total of 3,508 metric tonnes, from Newcastle to Lagos in Nigeria. It was destined for the Egina Oil Field. The voyage took place on board of the super heavy lift vessel HHL Lagos, which was mobilised in Rotterdam to prepare the… Read more ›