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MSC wants to raise its reliability

Mediterranean Shipping Company, MSC, partner in the world's largest container alliance 2M together with Maersk Line, wants to improve its schedule reliability, traditionally ranked among the lowest. The key Asia-Europe trade will be optimized.

Mediterranean Shipping Company, MSC, is now launching an offensive aimed at increasing the carrier's schedule reliability on the key trade between Asia and Europe, says the company in a statement.

MSC, part of the world's largest container alliance, 2M, has been known for often finishing last on rankings of the major container carriers' ability to arrive and depart on time. Maersk Line, on the other hand, is notoriously famous for dominating the top spot as the world's most reliable container carrier.

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