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MSC begins new shuttle service between Asia and Mexico

MSC announced the launch of a new loop shuttle service, linking Asia and the West Coast of Mexico.

This new service is expected to enhance MSC's network by providing increased coverage and frequency between these two regions, complementing the company's existing services Andes, Aztec, Inca and Santana.

The complete rotation includes stops at Qingdao (China), Ningbo (China), Shanghai (China), Busan (South Korea), Manzanillo (Mexico), Lazaro Cardenas (Mexico), and finally back to Qingdao (China).

The inaugural voyage of the service is scheduled for 15 May with the Cyprus-flagged container vessel MSC Apollo departing the port of Qingdao.

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