MSC to Speak at the 2021 Virtual World Cashew Conference


MSC to Speak at the 2021 Virtual World Cashew Conference


MSC is pleased to participate in the Virtual World Cashew Conference, a globally acclaimed and accepted platform for the cashew industry to meet, network and discuss annual issues, challenges and opportunities.

In just a few years, cashews have become the second leading export commodity for many countries on the West African coast. The presence of MSC and MEDLOG to this conference as key players in the cashew supply chain is the occasion to talk about our expertise and the way forward to transport this well know commodity in the key markets such as India and Vietnam.

Kader Lo, Managing Director of MSC and MEDLOG in Guinea, will present on “Logistics Challenges and The Way Forward” at the conference, which takes place virtually this year 17-19 February.

Starting at 13.00 CET on 18 February, Kader Lo will present MSC’s response to the current challenging market impacting the cashew supply chain, and further development to provide the best transport and logistics solutions to our clients.

We never let your cashews out of sight

With a presence in Africa in over 40 countries, and with offices in Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria and Tanzania – undeniably some of the major export countries, MSC connects the main cashew exporters to the top import countries such as India, Vietnam, China and Indonesia, offering direct calls and frequent sailings.
Every single cashew journey we organize for our customers receives the highest level of attention and expertise. Our highly experienced teams take huge pride in supporting each step of the export process, from guiding customers through appropriate and country-specific procedures, to helpfully suggesting advice around shipment preparation.

MSC together with MEDLOG also offer strong intermodal services, connecting the major commercial hubs by truck, rail and barge – in short: we never let your cashews out of sight from the collection point to the point of delivery.

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