MSC announces rotation changes on Far East-North America services

The Swiss-Italian container line MSC has decided to change the port rotation of two services connecting the Far East with the United States and Canada.

MSC’s Santana Port of Service rotation will be updated as follows:

Haiphong (Vietnam) – Shanghai (China) – Ningbo (China) – Busan (South Korea) – Manzanillo (Mexico) – Cristobal (Panama) – Caucedo (Dominican Republic) – Port Everglades (USA) – Baltimore (USA).

MSC announced that the first vessel to operate under the new rotation will be the 9,578 TEU MSC Vilda.

In addition, the Geneva-based shipping company announced a change in port rotation on its Chinook service, which will come into effect from mid-July.

The updated port rotation of MSC’s Chinook service will be Yantian (China) – Shanghai (China) – Qingdao (China) – Busan (South Korea) – Vancouver (Canada) – Seattle (USA) – Portland (USA).

The new rotation will come into effect with the departure of the ship MSC Damna, starting July 15 from Yantian.

MSC said in a statement that the above changes are “part of ongoing efforts to streamline services for improved transit times and schedule reliability.”

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