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MSC at Asia Fruit Logistica 2018

MSC's announcement:

MSC’s combination of reefer experts, assets and new technologies keep fruit fresh from pick up to delivery.

You have the fruit, we have the experts – if you are wondering how MSC can help you ship your perishable goods come and meet our reefer cargo team at the Asia-World Expo, Hall 5b C27, in Hong Kong, from September 5-7, 2018.
MSC, a leader in global container shipping and logistics, is pleased to return to Asia Fruit Logistica for the third consecutive year to present its door-to-door transportation solutions for chilled and frozen cargo.

With over 1,000 reefer specialists looking after more than 1.4 million TEU of reefer cargo in 2017 alone, the fruit sector relies on MSC to take all varieties of produce anywhere in the world in a fast, efficient and sustainable manner, on our 200 ocean-liner services, calling at 500 ports.

Investing in new technologies

MSC is helping to meet growing demand for fruit in Asia by investing in the latest technologies. For example, by using Controlled Atmosphere technology which limits the fruit’s ripening and extends its shelf-life, allowing it to reach far away markets in perfect condition.

Learn more our services for importing to, or exporting from, Asia by visiting our stand C27 in Hall 5b.

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