maritime transport and logistics company Milaha has launched the new Black
Sea Express Service (BSX) — the company’s first European service linking
the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.
direct feeder service will be connecting Greece, Turkey, Georgia and Russia and
will initially be served by two vessels with a 1,700 TEU capacity and 300
have the following port rotation: Piraeus (Greece) – Kumport (Istanbul) –
Poti (Georgia) – Novorossiysk (Russia) – Piraeus (Greece).
to Milaha, the new service will cater for Russian and Turkish regional trade,
while also linking Greece with multiple locations in the Black Sea region,
further enhancing the company’s portfolio of international maritime and
President and CEO Abdulrahman Essa Al-Mannai highlighted that the introduction
of the new service reflects the company’s success in expanding its coverage
into new markets, amid rising demand for its services.
“This latest addition to our feeder services will complement our
existing coverage in the Black Sea region and expand our reach to the
Mediterranean Sea,” he said.
currently calls twelve ports directly and serves more than 20 ports via its
liner services in the Middle East, Indian Sub-continent, South East Asia and
company’s fleet currently comprises 66 vessels with a total fleet value of USD
792.07 million, VesselsValue’s data shows.