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  • Seraphine, the latest CLdN H5-class LNG vessel.
    CLdN and DFDS to cease slot charter agreement on Rotterdam – Killingholme service.

    CLdN and DFDS have agreed to cease the slot charter agreement to allow both parties to focus on their customers’ needs.  

    Going forward, CLdN will operate the full capacity of the additional sailings introduced in January this year on the direct route Rozenburg vv Killinghome.

    Terminating the call at Vlaardingen will allow for a later departure from Rozenburg, answering customers' requests for just in time deliveries for example refrigerated cargoes, in addition to faster turnaround of equipment.

  • CLdN new logo
    One team, one brand, one CLdN.

    All CLdN companies (CLdN RoRo/CLdN Cargo/C.Ro Ports) will use the common brand name “CLdN” as of 25 April 2022.

    CLdN RoRo, CLdN Cargo and C.Ro Ports announced today that going forward, they will use the common brand name ‘CLdN’.

  • CLdN National Apprenticeship Week 2022
    National Apprenticeship Week 2022 #BuildTheFuture

    C.Ro Ports have a developing apprenticeship and graduate training programme, supporting the UK at our Killingholme and Purfleet Ports. We are proud to be supporting our apprentices and graduates, by showcasing and promoting the great work they do throughout National Apprenticeship Week 2022

    Check their stories below

    Isabella Ince - Hr Apprentice at our Purfleet Port 

  • Céline, one of the CLdN 8,000lm class vessels.
    CLdN Signs Historic Order For Two Hybrid Ro-Ro Vessels

    On February 1, CLdN ro-ro signed a contract with Hyundai Mipo Dockyards for two hybrid 8,000 lane meter ro-ro vessels. The order forms part of CLdN’s long term growth plans and further strengthens its current role as greenest ro-ro operator in North-Western Europe. Both vessels will be delivered in the first half of 2025.

  • Wind turbine at CRO Ports ©Eneco
    Inauguration five new wind turbines

    Today, five new wind turbines were inaugurated on the sites of the transshipment companies C.RO Ports and WWS in the port of Zeebrugge. The inauguration took place in the presence of Flemish Minister of Energy Zuhal Demir. The development of the wind farm is part of the clean port strategy of the Port of Zeebrugge and was carried out by green energy producer Eneco.

  • MV Hermine
    CLdN top performer amongst its ro-ro shipping peers in Northwest Europe!

    At CLdN we walk the talk and wish to inspire.

    You may not yet know this, but we are proud to say that CLdN RoRo is the top performer amongst its ro-ro shipping peers in Northwest Europe for CO2 emissions per tonne of freight carried.

  • Arrival first train in Rotterdam
    New rail connection Melzo-Rotterdam available to CLdN CARGO’s door-to-door clients

    In close partnership with C.RO Ports Rotterdam and Hannibal, door-to-door transport company CLdN CARGO is now able to ship their clients’ cargo through a new rail connection between Rail Hub Rotterdam Botlek (The Netherlands) and Rail Hub Milano (Italy). Commencing January 12, 2021, the connection sees three trains depart from Melzo and Rotterdam each week. The service is available for their trailer and container customers.

  • Leaving the Port of Cork
    Second weekly call at the Port of Cork

    After the success of the new service between Zeebrugge (BE) and Cork (IR) in May, we are poised to introduce a second weekly call in the coming days, to cope with the increasing demand on this route. 

  • Celine, on of the two biggest shortsea ro-ro vessels in the world
    Ramping up capacity between the UK and the continent

    We are stepping up our Brexit preparations by introducing additional capacity in our UK routes. 

    As from last week, 25% extra capacity was added on both the Rotterdam-London and Rotterdam-Humberside routes. In addition and from week 42 onwards, an extra vessel will be deployed to service a third sailing daily sailing between Zeebrugge and London. 

  • New-builds in shipyard
    Embarking on phase 3 of new-built programme

    CLdN is poised to welcome the arrival of the fourth 5400 lane meter vessel of the series, the MV Hermine, into the fleet ending her maiden voyage in Zeebrugge on the 4th October 2019. This being the sixth vessel added since the new build strategy was announced in 2016, with a target to introduce twelve new vessels in subsequent years overall.