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MSC, new rail service

MSC is pleased to announce the opening of a new freight rail service between Bordeaux and major ports and France.

The Bordeaux Rail Shuttle will start on 9 July 2018, facilitating connections for goods being moved between Bordeaux and Le Havre in the north of France and Fos-sur-Mer in the south of the country.

The service will operate daily, offering cargo shippers improved transit times and access to international markets.

The rail service will replace the weekly Bordeaux feeder maritime service by mid-July.

For more information, shippers may contact: [email protected].

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