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MSC announces new container service in Europe

MSC has decided to start a new weekly feeder service connecting Ireland, France and Belgium, effective from the end of February.

The service will connect Dublin and Cork in Ireland to two key transshipment hubs in Northwestern Europe, Antwerp in Belgium and Le Havre in France.

The first direct call to Dublin will be on 28 February and then to Cork on 3 March with the 1,726 TEU boxship Carla-Liv.

The rotation will be Antwerp – Dublin – Cork – Le Havre – Antwerp.

MSC said it will offer competitive transit times and flexibility to its customers via its new product.

Antonis Karamalegkos
Managing Editor

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