PIL resumes service to Port Louis as part of Mozambique Feeder Service


Pacific International Lines (PIL) is pleased to announce the resumption of its service to Port Louis, Mauritius. The call to Port Louis will be added to its weekly Mozambique Feeder Service (MZS). The enhanced MZS service will commence with Kota Nanhai, departing Singapore around 14 Jul 2022 and arriving at Port Louis around 25 Jul 2022.

With the promising prospects of the Mauritius economy, more PIL customers require shipping services to the country. With this resumption, PIL will also be able to expand its service offerings to the Indian Ocean Islands and Mozambique region.

The ports of call for the enhanced MZS service are:

Singapore – Port Louis – Reunion – Tamatave – Maputo – Beira – Nacala* – Singapore

*Call on Nacala will be on inducement

As part of PIL’s improved service offerings to Port Louis, PIL is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott Shipping International Limited (Scott Shipping) as its new agent in Mauritius. Scott Shipping is one of the leading shipping agencies in Mauritius with years of experience and a good track record offering a full range of core husbandry services to shipping lines calling at Port Louis. Together with Scott Shipping as its partner, PIL aims to continue to meet the needs of its customers for quality services.

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