MSC Connects Senegal with North Europe in a Week

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MSC is pleased to announce a new direct service, called NWC – WAF service, connecting Dakar and North Europe and providing the best transit times on the market.

The new NWC – WAF service, dedicated to exporting reefer commodities from Senegal, will connect the country’s fruit, vegetable and frozen fish suppliers directly to key commercial partners across Europe, including France, Belgium and United Kingdom in one week. MSC will connect Senegal with key European gateways such as Antwerp in 7 days, London in 9 days and Le Havre in 11 days.

MSC operates one of the world’s largest and most advanced reefer container fleets. It provides exporters with expertise at every step of the cold supply chain, including dedicated reefer experts guaranteeing regular and frequent monitoring of shipments, from the receipt of the loaded container to its final destination.

The fleet deployed for this service will be ready to meet the demand for reefers throughout the season to transport fruit, vegetable and other fresh and frozen products from Senegal to consumers across Northern Europe, with an average of 600 plugs available onboard each vessel.

Starting immediately, the service will rotate as follows:

Antwerp – London Gateway – Le Havre – Tema – Lomé – Tincan/Lagos – Abidjan – Dakar – Antwerp


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