MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company is delighted to announce a collaboration with fellow shipping lines UASC and CMA CGM, in order to provide an enhanced service between Europe and India Sub-Continent.
A total of eight vessels, each of 8,100 TEU capacity, will now cover 15 ports as part of a rotation which will launch on Tuesday 26th July from Port Qasim with CMA-CGM La Traviata.
The original IPAK service operated by MSC was most recently upgraded last summer to include a mainline call in Hazira.
Today’s announcement confirms four vessels will be operated by MSC, three by CMA CGM and one by UASC.
The three-way collaboration provides an enhanced service offering for customers, introducing the ports of Southampton, Dunkirk, Le Havre, Djibouti and Tangier.
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