Maersk reduces transit time from Asia to Italy

Aiming to reduce transit times and alleviate congestion while offering higher flexibility in current challenging times, A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) has announced a new feeder service between Port Said, at the northern end of the Suez Canal, and Vado Gateway at the Port of Genoa, one of the most significant and busiest ports in Italy.

The first feeder of this new service (3000 TEUs) left from SCCT at the east bound lane of the Suez Canal, on July 8th and arrived at the APM Terminals Vado Ligure S.P.A. Terminal on July 14th, considerably reducing transit times from Asia to Northern Italy between 5 and up to 22 days, depending on where the cargo origin departure is at Busan in Korea or Shanghai, Ningbo, Yantian, Shekou or Xingang in China.

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