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MSC launches new weekly North Peru Feeder service

MSC has announced the “North Peru Feeder”, a new dedicated feeder service from Salaverry and Paita in Peru to provide increased port connections and faster transit times to Europe, the United States and the Far East.

"By offering greater access from Salaverry’s hinterland, the North Peru Feeder service will also provide time savings and mitigation of logistics risks for Peruvian customers," said MSC in a statement. "This will particularly benefit the fruit and vegetables industry, including producers of blueberries and avocadoes, as well as dry commodities."

MSC's new regular service will be effective from the sailing of the MSC Montserrat, beginning from the port of Salaverry on 6 June.

The port rotation of the North Peru Feeder will be Rodman (Panama) – Buenaventura (Colombia) – Paita (Peru) – Salaverry (Peru) – Rodman.





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