MSC Connects Asia and Southeast India with New 'Osprey' Standalone Service

MSC Connects Asia and Southeast India with New 'Osprey' Standalone Service

This opens up new opportunities for importers and exporters in the region

MSC has launched a new standalone weekly service "Osprey" connecting Asia and Southeast India by offering a direct route and improve transit times between the Asian and Southeast Indian markets.

This opens up new opportunities for importers and exporters in the region complementing MSC's Shikra offer, thus providing customers with a more comprehensive coverage of the entire Asia-India network. 

The first sailing is due to depart from Shanghai on 23 July with vessel MSC SOMYA voyage number SO430A.

The rotation of the service is as shown below: 

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This allows MSC to offer a fast end-to-end service, connecting Ningbo to Ennore in 15 days, Ningbo to Visakhapatnam in 17 days and Ningbo to Kolkata (via Vizakhapatnam) in 19 days.

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