MOL Launches Mozambique Express Service

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Thursday, May 02, 2013

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) announced its new Mozambique Express Service (MZX), departing Singapore on June 7, 2013.

MZX is a weekly service operated by PIL with seven vessels. MOL will have space on their new MZS service by swap with some spaces on new IOX service.

Current MOL biweekly service, Mozambique Zuid Africa IOI Service (current MZX), will be discontinued upon commencement of new IOX and MZX services. MOL will enrich service coverage for emerging Mozambique and Indian Ocean Islands ports, with new direct access to Reunion, Beira and Nacala.

New MZX Rotation (Total Rotation:49 days) Singapore - Maputo - Beira - Nacala - Singapore

www.mol.co.jp/en

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