MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company, a global leader in cargo transportation and logistics, announced yesterday the introduction of its new RO-RO West Africa Service for rolling, project and breakbulk cargo.

This new RO-RO Service to West Africa, which complements our existing dedicated container services, will start on 19th February from Le Havre.

MSC adds new RO-RO service from NWC to West Africa
Caption: Vehicles Carrier MSC Immacolata - Image courtesy of Manuel Hernández Lafuente

Two modern vessels will be deployed, MSC Immacolata and MSC Cristiana, operating on fortnightly basis with the following rotation: Le Havre, Antwerp, Dakar, Conakry, Abidjan, Le Havre.

In addition to rolling or wheeled cargo this new service offering will have the flexibility to cover a range of out-of-gauge and breakbulk cargo, which will be typically large, heavy pieces, or critical equipment for specific projects.

Full schedule details will be communicated shortly in order to allow you to place your bookings as soon as possible and to plan future shipments.

MSC has been serving African markets since 1971 and has a considerable agency presence across more than 40 countries. As MSC continues to develop its presence in West Africa, our teams will offer wider service coverage to all our clients.

Source: MSC