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2M creates new service between Gothenburg and Japan

The largest port in northern Europe is now adding a direct route to Japan. The 2M alliance between MSC and Maersk Line will be connecting Japan and Sweden.

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The 2M alliance between MSC and Maersk Line has established a direct route from the largest port in northern Europe, Port of Gothenburg, to Japan and the container ports in Kobe, Nagoya and Tokohama.

Port of Gothenburg announced the news in a press release and states that the first vessel is already en route from Kobe and will call in APM Terminals' terminal in Gothenburg.

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