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MSC changes USEC ports on Santana service

Swiss/Italian container shipping company MSC has announced that its Santana service will call at Port Everglades in Florida, US instead of Port of Miami.

The updated port rotation will be effective from the sailing of MSC Polaris, which will depart the Port of Haiphong on 8 June.

MSC pointed out that there will be no changes in the transit times of the service after the swap of the two US East Coast ports.

The revised rotation will be: Haiphong (Vietnam) – Shanghai (China) – Ningbo (China) – Busan (South Korea) – Rodman (Panama) – Caucedo (Dominican Republic) – Port Everglades (US) – Charleston (US) – Baltimore (US) – New York (US) – Boston (US) – Singapore

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