MSC Upgrades IPAK Service

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

June 20, 2015




As part of our objective to continually improve their services to customers, MSC has included a new mainline call to Hazira from July 2015. MSC Tomoko will be the first vessel to call at Hazira on 2nd July 2015.

Seven MSC 9,000 TEU vessels will be deployed on the upgraded service, offering fixed day weekly service to and from Hazira.

Port Rotation: Nhava Sheva-Hazira-Mundra-Salalah-Gioia Tauro-Valencia-Rotterdam-Antwerp-Felixstowe-King Abdullah- Salalah-Port Qasim-Nhava Sheva.
MSC has been serving Hazira Port with a dedicated feeder since early 2013, when this port opened for operations. Now, with a direct mainline call, MSC reaffirms its commitment to customers in India.

Service Highlights

• Direct port access for important BCO customers

• Extended port calls for Indian customers

• Enhanced transit times on IPAK service overall

Transit times and final scheduled departures will be communicated shortly.

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