Regular shipping line between Brazil and Cabo Verde due to be launched in first half of December

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A regular shipping line between Brazil and Cabo Verde (Cape Verde) is due to be launched in the first two weeks of December using the Agena ship owned by a Danish shipping company, Brazilian newspaper O Povo, from the state of Ceará, reported Tuesday. The route will be operated by Companhia Docas do Ceará (CDC) and Ceará Trade Brasil, and will link the port of Mucuripe, in Fortaleza, the capital of Ceará state, to the Cape Verdean ports of Praia and Mindelo. The current shipping route between Ceará and Cabo Verde links Fortaleza to the archipelago via the Brazilian port of Santos and the port of Lisbon in Portugal and takes 35 to 40 days to reach Cabo Verde.

 
 

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