MSC changes USEC ports on Santana service


Container shipping company MSC has announced that its Santana service will call at Port Everglades in Florida, US instead of Port of Miami.

Port Everglades provides close access to major distribution centres serving south Florida, MSC reported.

This rotation change will be effective from the sailing of vessel MSC POLARIS, voyage UX324 A, from Haiphong on 8 June.

MSC confirmed that there will be no changes to the transit times of the service due to the swap of ports.

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The revised rotation is as follows:

Haiphong – Shanghai – Ningbo – Busan – Rodman – Caucedo – Port Everglades – Charleston – Baltimore – New York – Boston – Singapore.

Earlier this month, MSC announced the launch of a new Inter-Asia service called Shikra, aimed at strengthening port connectivity and availability in Asia.

More recently, MSC announced the reinstatement of its Swan service as a standalone offering. The service will connect the main ports of China with North European ports in Benelux, Gdynia, Gdansk, and Klaipeda.

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