MSC to provide direct ocean transport service from China and Korea to the U.S.

MSC will rebuild its transportation network on the trans-Pacific route connecting Asia and the U.S., and provide transportation services directly between northern China and South Korea and the U.S. The company aims to capture further business opportunities by enhancing the trans-Pacific ocean transportation route, where demand for transportation is increasing due to the recovery from the economic stagnation caused by the spread of the new coronavirus infection. By establishing a direct route between China, South Korea, and the U.S., MSC aims to solve these transportation issues and attract new customers.

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