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MSC connects the Mediterranean with US through revised service

MSC will revise its former standalone Türkiye/West Med to the United States service. Renamed EMUSA, the new set up will connect Mediterranean and US trade by adding direct coverage from Barcelona, Spain and Fos-sur-Mer, France.

"These new calls in Barcelona and Fos-sur-Mer will further expand our transatlantic coverage, and increase trade connectivity between Europe and the United States," said MSC in a statement.

The full port rotation of the updated service will be Tekirdag (Türkiye) – Gebze (Türkiye) – Aliaga (Türkiye) – Haifa (Israel) – Fos-sur-Mer (France) – Barcelona (Spain) – Valencia (Spain) – Sines (Portugal) – Boston (US) – New York (US) – Philadelphia (US) – Savannah (US).

The first sailing will be with the MSC Manzanillo, voyage number MX425, on 2 July 2024 from Fos-sur-Mer.

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