Building on its extensive Mediterranean services and Baltic feeder network and in response to market and customer needs, shippers of dry and reefer cargo can rely on MSC’s European and Short Sea services to help ensure the flow of their goods across land borders.
- Short Sea shipping represents a reliable alternative to road transport across land borders
- MSC’s combination of Deep Sea services and Short Sea services connected to its landside intermodal operations, enable reliable door-to-door deliveries for dry and reefer cargo
- MSC is a key partner of choice offering tailor made transport and logistics solutions during the Covid-19 situation and beyond
- MSC’s European and Short Sea services can help meet any present and future trade demands
European and Short Sea shipping as a reliable alternative to road transport
Short Sea shipping refers to the movement of cargo by sea over relatively short distances, as opposed to the intercontinental cross-ocean deep sea shipping.
To cope with the current the COVID-19 situation, MSC is ready to help its customers minimise the disruptions to their businesses by taking their cargo off of the road network and reduce road bottlenecks.
With decades of experience, MSC operates its own dedicated Mediterranean and North European network offering a high frequency of sailings and feeder services. MSC also brings seamless intermodal services via road, rail and barge to satisfy customer end-to-end requirements on the continental market.
When using MSC’s Short Sea services shippers of dry and reefer cargo will benefit from:
- Expanded freight capacity
- Increased flexibility
- Speedy operations to maximise on-time delivery
- Expert advice and support
- Cost-efficient solutions
- Lower emissions