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MSC adds DaChan Bay call in Seagull service

The global ocean carrier Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) will enhance its Seagull service, which links China with South East Asia, by adding a new weekly port call at DaChan Bay, China.

The first sailing with the revised rotation will be with Amalthea on voyage number HU218A, with an estimated time of arrival at Shanghai on 4 May.

The new rotation of Seagull service will be as follows:

Shanghai (China) – Ningbo (China) – DaChan Bay (China) – Vung Tau (Vietnam) – Laem Chabang (Thailand) – Singapore (Singapore) – Tanjung Pelepas (Malaysia) – Penang (Malaysia) – Port Klang (Malaysia) – Singapore (Singapore)– Tanjung Pelepas (Malaysia) – Qinzhou (China) – Hong Kong (Hong Kong) – Shanghai (China)

"With this addition, the service will now call in both North and South China, offering cargo shippers with direct connections to more ports in China," said MSC in a statement.

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