MSC Develops Business in French Port

Press Release
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Port of Le Havre Terminal: Photo credit Haropa

MSC develops business with terminal operators Haropa, in the Port of Le Havre. with the launch of 3 new container feeder shipping services.

MSC will start a significant phase of business development at their new terminal in the port of Le Havre, by receiving the first vessel for three new feeder services.

By the end of January, 2013, MSC will offer three new weekly feeder services via Le Havre. Operated by vessels of a unit capacity of 1,600 TEU*, the services will raise the number of weekly maritime calls by the shipping company in Le Havre to 13.

In addition to the shipping business development in Le Havre, MSC provides – straight from its Port 2000 facilities – four river services along the Seine artery for containers. Seven return voyages per week are thus provided to and from Le Havre with the HAROPA terminals of Rouen, Gennevilliers, Limay and Evry.

Terminal operators at the ports of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris, Haropa, are keen to maximise container traffic capitalizing upon a favorable location at tne entrance and exit to the North-European range.


 

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