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  • IMO 2020 Surcharge

    Geest Line will implement an Interim IMO2020 surcharge as of voyage GL19049 applicable for all trades. If you do have any questions or queries please contact your Geest Head Office or your local agent. Please see full statement here.

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    Notice to all Shippers, Importers and Agents -Low Sulphur Fuel

    Low Sulphur IMO 2020 Emission Regulation As you may be aware new fuel regulations for Global Shipping stipulate that fuel utilised should have no more than 0.5% sulphur content reducing from the current 3.5%. The date for this new regulation will be 01/01/2020. The current regulation of 0.1% low sulphur will remain in the emission […]

  • Geest Line returning to Portsmouth

    After nearly two years of service at Dover we are pleased to announce a return to Portsmouth after successfully negotiating a five year deal. We would like to thank the Port of Dover for their support since January 2018 enabling us to maintain and grow our business during this period. For further information please see […]

  • New Schedule Success

    New Schedule Success

    After another difficult winter season crossing the Atlantic Geest Line’s new schedule for 2019 has proved to be a great success.

  • Shippers Notice – Port Issues Dominica

    PORT ISSUES DOMINICA We regret to advise, and until further notice, Geest Line will be calling Roseau Dominica monthly for delivery and discharge of cargoes. Geest Line will continue to call fortnightly for container repatriation (port congestion issues) but only one vessel per month will be used for import cargoes to Dominica. This decision has […]

  • Karting for Rainbows

    Geest Line once again took part in the annual charity go-karting event organised by GDM Lindex, this year supporting Rainbows Children’s Hospice.  A fiercely competitive field of 25 teams took part in the 100-minute endurance race, raising £2745 in the process for Rainbows. The Geest Line team qualified on pole position but ended up down in […]

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    Latest thoughts on the state of the UK haulage industry by Jeremy Bristow

    Geest Line’s Commercial General Manager, Jeremy Bristow, was recently interviewed by Lloyd’s Loading List for an article on container haulage. “While one-off and external factors such as the disruption at Felixstowe, road network congestion, rail availability and high cargo volumes have aggravated the situation, the underlying cause is the chronically poor health of the trucking […]