MSC’s Florida Gulf Feeder service calls at JAXPORT

The first vessel in Mediterranean Shipping Company’s (MSC’s) Florida Gulf Feeder service made its inaugural call to the Jacksonville Port Authority on April 26.The Florida Gulf Feeder service calls the SSA Jacksonville Container Terminal (JCT) at JAXPORT’s Blount Island Marine Terminal bi-weekly. JAXPORT partner SSA Atlantic provides stevedoring services at Blount Island.The service connects Jacksonville to major transshipment hubs in the Dominican Republic and The Bahamas. The port rotation is ... [+]

MSC reports impact of Covid restrictions on reefer box operations in Shanghai

Due to the impact of new COVID restrictions in Shanghai, the port is experiencing considerable congestion, resulting in low or, at times, no availability of plugs for reefer containers.MSC is notifying customers that MSC cannot discharge reefer containers at the designated port if there is no power source available or ... [+]

Seattle reinstated to Eagle Service

MSC is reinstating Seattle to its Eagle Service that it omitted last October due to increased waiting time for vessel berthing at the port.The first sailing will be MAERSK SEVILLE on voyage 214N, estimated to depart Kaohsiung on April 10. The revised port rotation will be as follows: Kaohsiung – Xiamen ... [+]

MSC adds new container service through JAXPORT

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) is now offering a new Caribbean container service through the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT), where it currently operates three other services. MSC’s Florida Gulf Feeder rotation connects Jacksonville to major transshipment hubs in the Dominican Republic and The Bahamas.The service begins calling the SSA Jacksonville Container ... [+]

New direct service between the Port of Gothenburg and the United States

A long-awaited, unique direct connection between the port of Gothenburg and the United States is starting later this March. The US is Sweden's largest export market outside Europe, and the weekly service will further improve conditions for growth in trade between the countries.MSC, the world's largest container shipping company, will ... [+]

MSC halts bookings to/from Russia

MSC has made a global decision to temporarily stop taking bookings to/from Russia as of 1 March 2022 amid the impact of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The declarations of government sanctions have prompted a lengthy and complicated compliance review of consignees and suppliers. They have also triggered reactions by other parties which ... [+]

Termination of vessel sharing agreement

MSC & ZIM have decided to cease their cooperation on the North Europe – East Med trade.Within said reorganization, the joint service on MSC’s Israel Express will terminate effective as from end of March 2022.The last vessel of this joint service will be MSC LAUSANNE, southbound from Felixstowe ETA 7 ... [+]

Bolloré receives an offer from MSC

Bolloré has received an offer from MSC for the purchase of Bolloré Africa Logistics. Bolloré has granted an exclusivity to the offer,The Bolloré Group announces that it has received an offer from the MSC Group, a major player in container transport and logistics, to acquire 100% of Bolloré Africa Logistics, ... [+]

MSC enhances Europe to US East Coast connections

MSC announced the enhancement of its NEUATL2 service with a new rotation, adding calls at Felixstowe, UK and Charleston, US.The revised rotation will ensure extensive coverage for shippers moving cargo from Europe and the main United States east coast markets, boosting predictability for effective supply chain planning.To further improve stability ... [+]

MSC launches new transpacific shuttle services

In response to the continued strong Transpacific market demand and to further support the challenging service schedules for North America West Coast, MSC announced two new weekly shuttles, connecting south and central China with Long Beach.The rotation of MSC’s new Puma service will be as follows, with the first sailing ... [+]

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