In view of the recent events in the Red Sea, MSC has taken the decision to divert its ships via the Cape of Good Hope to maintain the safety of the crew, cargo, and ship.
This diversion will mean an increase in transit time and cost depending on the destination and/or transhipment point involved.
Further, as from 1 January 2024 (sailing date) until further notice, MSC will implement Contingency Adjustment Charge (CAC) of USD 1000/20’ and USD 1500/40’ on all shipments from Northern Europe to Indian Sub-Continent (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh & Sri Lanka) destinations.
Any other elements of the price, for the relevant trades published on msc.com, still apply and remain unchanged.
Should you have any questions, please contact your local MSC representatives in our global network of more than 675 offices.