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17 January 2020

Hapag-Lloyd signs space charter with 2M Alliance

German international shipping company Hapag-Lloyd has signed a space charter agreement with Maersk and MSC on the Aisa-North Europe trade, according to a 17 January announcement made by the company.

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9 December 2019

MSC to use 30% biofuel blends

Following 2019 trials of biofuel blends, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) will now use 30% blends in its vessels on a routine basis.

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21 November 2019 Digital

MSC Signs Container Services Agreement With Mwani Qatar

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) and Mwani Qatar have announced that they have entered into a container services agreement that will see MSC use Hamad Port as a regional hub for transhipment.

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18 November 2019 Digital

MSC Confirms Soren Toft as CEO

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has confirmed the arrival of former Maersk executive Soren Toft as its new CEO.

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15 November 2019 Digital

Reports: Ex-Maersk COO Jumps Ship to MSC

Soren Toft, the former Chief Operating Officer of A.P. Moeller-Maersk, will become CEO of Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), according to reports from ShippingWatch and CNBC.

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29 October 2019 Digital

Global TEU Breaks Record

The world’s total cellular containership fleet has passed 23 million TEU for the first time, according to shipping experts Alphaliner.

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23 October 2019 Digital

Clean Arctic Alliance Applauds MSC

The Clean Arctic Alliance has welcomed the decision from MSC, the second-biggest container shipping line in the world, to not use the Northern Sea Route (NSR) between Europe and Asia.

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17 October 2019 Digital

MSC Rejects Northern Sea Route

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), the world’s second-biggest container shipping line, has joined CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd in announcing it will not use the Northern Sea Route (NSR).

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