The new NWC/SAEC service will operate the following rotation:

Rotterdam – London Gateway – Bremerhaven – Hamburg – Antwerp – Le Havre – Sines – Rio Sepetiba – Santos – Navegantes – Buenos Aires – Montevideo – Rio Grande – Navegantes – Paranagua – Santos – Rio Sepetiba – Salvador – Pecem – Rotterdam

The new service will call at Pecem and Salvador in Brazil in order to attend the fruit seasons, providing fast connections with European destinations.

MSC offers excellent connections to/from Zarate, Vitoria, Paraguay and Rosario via our hubs in South America as well as to/from Scandinavian, Russian and Baltic ports via our European hubs.

This service will be jointly operated by MSC and Hapag-Lloyd with a fleet of nine modern vessels with improved reefer capacity.

The first ship southbound will depart Rotterdam on 27 September 2017; the first vessel northbound will sail on 24 October.

Source: MSC
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