News detail

4th january 2018


StreamLines, a specialist in the transport of goods at controlled temperature, has announced a new weekly service, Blue Stream, from Central America and the United States (east coast), and to the Caribbean.

The ships have a capacity of 1200 TEU and are equipped with 380 reefer sockets. The first call will be at the Flanders Terminal on Thursday 11 January 2018.

The rotation is as follows: Willemstad (Curacao) – Oranjestad (Aruba) – Puerto Limon (Costa Rica) – Puerto Barrios (Guatemala) – Puerto Cortes (Honduras) – Port Canaveral (Florida) – Wilmington (North Carolina) – Tilbury – Rotterdam – DUNKIRK – Radicatel – Fort de France – Pointe à Pitre.

The sectors concerned at import will be fresh and frozen produce from Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala, and fishery products from Guatemala.

This service will also call at the French West Indies.


Contact in the port of Dunkirk:

Yvan Gomel - Tel: 03 28 28 77 53 - Email:

 STREAMLINES representative:  

Nicolas Devulder - Tel: 03 28 65 86 49 - Email:


About Dunkerque-Port:
The largest French port complex (Calais-Dunkirk); the ninth port of the Channel and North Sea Range and France's third-largest port, Dunkirk has built a reputation in many sectors: it is the largest passenger port in Europe (Calais-Dunkirk hub); France's largest energy hub; the country's largest LNG terminal; the leading French port for containerised fruit and vegetable imports; the largest French port for ore and coal imports; France's largest rail port; the region's largest waterway port; and the third-ranking French port for grain traffic. Dunkerque-Port is also a sustainable port. It is the trading port of the new Hauts-de-France Region, the largest agricultural region of France, the leading region for the rail industry, and the leading region for the car industry. Traffic in 2016 was 46.7 MT.

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Marie-Elizabeth BOGUCKI
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