New RoRo Added to SC Line Fleet

Press Release
Wednesday, January 09, 2013
RoRo MV Mosel Ace: Photo credit SC Line

SC Line announces the addition of another 1/4 ramp RoRo vessel into its fleet, MV 'Mosel Ace'.

In line with its strategic and strengthening position in the Americas, SC Line introduces Mosel Ace to serve initially the US East coast from Baltimore to Zarate where it would reposition in the short term to call specific ports between Colombia, Argentina and Brazil.

The new ship is 176m in lenght, 31m breadth, and of 12,743 dwt, equipped with a 120 mt 1/4 ramp.

SC Line S.A. is a Vessel Operating Common Carrier (VOCC) registered with the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC).

 

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