MSC Charters Third Atlas Air Freighter

Atlas Air Inc., a subsidiary of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc., said it has taken delivery of a Boeing 777 Freighter, which it will operate on behalf of customer MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co. SA, as part of a previously announced long-term ACMI (aircraft, crew, maintenance, insurance) agreement. This is the third of four Boeing 777 Freighters that Atlas Air will operate for MSC, which will complement the existing weekly service and ... [+]

MSC’s Sentosa service returns to Southeast Asia and India

MSC has revised the rotation of its Sentosa service.The service will now include port calls at Port Klang, Singapore and Busan, as well as reinstating its India connections, providing MSC customers with improved interconnectivity and transit times between Southeast Asia, China and the U.S. West Coast.The new rotation of the ... [+]

MSC Announces Port Rotation Change on Santana Service to Port Everglades

MSC has chosen Port Everglades for its Santana Service, which connects Southeast Asia to Port Everglades as the first U.S. stop on the around-the-world route.MSC cited these qualities for selecting Port Everglades as its South Florida port of call:• Service Reliability: fast berthing supports vessel schedule reliability.• Fluid Terminal Operations: ... [+]

MSC teams up with GCMD

MSC and the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonization (GCMD) have announced the signing of a five-year Impact Partnership agreement.This agreement sees MSC, the world’s largest shipping line combine forces and industry expertise with GCMD. GCMD, strategically located in Singapore, the world’s largest bunkering hub and second largest container port, aims ... [+]

GT USA Wilmington welcomes maiden call of the MSC CAPUCINE R

GT USA Wilmington (GTW) has welcomed the m/v MSC CAPUCINE R to the Port of Wilmington for its maiden call of the winter fruit season.The m/v MSC CAPUCINE R is a container vessel, built in 200. She is 243.1 meters in length and 32.2 meters wide, with a carrying capacity ... [+]

Temporary revision of Transpacific West Cost Network

MSC has made improvements to its Pacific Northwest services. As a consequence of rail congestion and berthing restrictions in Vancouver, its 2M Eagle and Maple services have suffered reliability issues and extended transit times during 2022.However, as of late October, the Eagle service will be merged into the Maple service, ... [+]

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 ... [+]

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 ... [+]

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