MSC announces new services between Asia & Latin America
MSC has announced service changes between Asia and the West Coast of Latin America. These changes, which come into effect in December, offer customers a wider selection of ports, improved transit times and improved schedule reliability. MSC's current service, the Andes, will be enhanced with additional port calls to Balboa and Coronel. MSC will also offer two new strings; Inca and Aztec, which will extend MSC’s service to Keelung, Yantian, Ningbo, Yokohama, Iquique, Coronel, Lirquen, San Antonio, Guayaquil and Ensenada.
In addition to the ocean services, MSC continues to make significant investments in its agency network and inland logistics. Throughout the West Coast of Latin America, MSC has a team of over 950 people, and the company owns offices in Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama and Peru. To facilitate the delivery of your cargo, MSC offers inland transport services in Ecuador, Peru, Chile and China.