New Intermodal Solution for the Djibouti-Ethiopia Corridor Enhances MSC’s East Africa Offering


MSC is pleased to announce the newly established intermodal route between Djibouti & Ethiopia. As the first MSC intermodal service in Ethiopia, it is a key milestone for progress in the region.

Ethiopia is the origin land of coffee and currently the world’s fifth-largest coffee exporting country, the largest in Africa. Ethiopia also has a fast-growing textile/garment export industry.

The new solution combines road and rail transport to facilitate smooth imports and exports out of landlocked Ethiopia.

Soji Thomas Korah, General Manager of MSC Ethiopia, says, “We have been enthusiastically exploring our options for the past few years and are excited to offer this intermodal solution that we believe will add value to MSC service. The Far East, Southeast Asia, the U.S, IPAK, & NWC are all key markets for both Djibouti and Ethiopia. Our new intermodal services will be vital for these regions’ coffee and garment export shipments.”

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