GNV, a ferry company, announces the opening of a route linking Almeria to Nador in Morocco. With the first ferry leaving from the Spanish city, the line will be open July 20. GNV will provide 10 weekly connections with departures from Almeria in the evening and Nador in morning. Tickets can be booked now. GNV's new line demonstrates its commitment to increasing commercial and business exchanges between Spain, Morocco, and strengthening its presence on the Iberian markets.
GNV was founded in 1992 and is a major maritime ferry company in the Mediterranean. It is part of the MSC Group. The company has a fleet consisting of 25 vessels and operates 30 maritime routes between Italy (Sicily, Sardinia), Spain and France.
Aurelia, a ropax ship capable of carrying 1,000 linear meters and transporting 650 cars, will manage the Almeria-Nador connections. There are 420 cabins on the ferry and it can carry up to 2,260 passengers.
This new route, which is also part of the GNV growth strategy, aims to provide a new option to the logistics and distribution industry for the transportation of goods.
Matteo Catani is the CEO of GNV. He said: "We are proud to inaugurate the new route that links Almeria with Nador, Morocco. This link explains the steady increase in our market offer in terms of lines and services. It also demonstrates the company’s determination to strengthen its presence in Spanish ports. He adds that a year ago, the company launched its routes between Barcelona, Valencia, and the Balearic Islands. In March this year, the new office was opened in Valencia, to strengthen our presence and provide more services. proximity. The new connection between Spain and Morocco is a step forward in our growth strategy in key markets like the Iberian or Moroccan.
GNV ferries are available through travel agents, GNV offices, ticket offices in ports and customer services centers as well as directly online. Gruppo MSC, which is the second largest shipping company worldwide, owns GNV. It is the leading Italian shipping company in the Mediterranean cabotage and passenger transport sectors. With a fleet that includes 25 ships and 30 routes on sea, GNV can be booked through travel agencies, GNV offices, ticket offices in ports and customer service centers, or directly online.