Join MSC at TPM22



MSC is pleased to return to TPM Conference in Long Beach, USA, which will be held on the following dates: 27 February – 2 March.

TPM is organised by The Journal of Commerce within IHS Markit and is the premier conference for the trans-Pacific and global container shipping and logistics community. Annually attracting the most senior-level audience in the industry, TPM is a platform for a week of essential and intensive networking, negotiations, and relationship building among the multiple parties in the international container shipping supply chain.

As a world leader in global cargo transportation, MSC calls at 500 ports on 230+ trade routes, carrying some 23 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) annually, via a modern fleet, equipped with the latest green technologies. Over the years, MSC has diversified its activities to include overland transportation, logistics and a growing portfolio of port terminal investments. Today, MSC USA stands for 1,250 employees, 9 offices, 21 ports, 31 terminals, 44 weekly services and 75 inland ramps.

We are able to supply in-depth, expert knowledge and know-how of specific trades and industries. Our expertise and consistent customer-care makes us the reliable choice to handle your cargo.

In order to improve efficiency and transparency for our customers, digital developments are at the core of our commitment. We recognise the importance of digitalisation in offering advanced service solutions to our customers. This is the reason why we launched the eBL in April 2021. Our secure and user-friendly eBL solution enables all parties involved in a cargo shipment booking to issue, transfer, endorse and manage the bill of lading document electronically through a blockchain platform, without any disruption to business operations. The application is available for shippers, importers and traders of all industries and sizes worldwide and requires no additional IT infrastructure or operational change.

In addition, as a responsible company MSC remains committed in actively working to further improve the efficiency of the container ships in its fleet to help reduce emissions. To complement the company’s massive investment in energy efficiency, MSC continues to study a range of different future fuel options such as hydrogen, ammonia, methanol, and synthetic fuels.

To join the event, please reserve your spot here.

For more information about MSC’s digital solutions, see our dedicated page here.

To know more about our sustainability approach, please visit the dedicated page where you can also download all MSC sustainability reports published to date.