The MINA/MAX2 service of the Ocean Three alliance gives more connectivity to the Port of Barcelona

The service of the O3 alliance formed by shipping companies UASC, CMA, CGM and China Shipping which stops in Barcelona now connects India and the Middle East with North America from East to West.

The Port of Barcelona received the stop-off of the containership ‘Al Rawdah’ affiliated to the MINA/MAX2 service of the Ocean Three alliance formed by UASC, CMA, CGM and China Shipping. This stop-over is an improvement in the connectivity of the Port of Barcelona as the service which to date only operated in Barcelona from East to West (from India to North America) now also does so from West to East (from North America to India).

The MINA service (Middle East – Indian Subcontinent – North America)/MAX2 makes a regular trip once a week and connects the ports of: New York, Norfolk, Savannah, Miami, Tangier, Valencia, Barcelona, ​​Livorno, Genoa and Malta, Eastwards; and Khor Fakkan, Jebel Ali, Port Qasim, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Jeddah, Port Said East, Livorno, La Spezia, Genoa, Fos, Barcelona, ​​Valencia and Tangier Westwards.

The vessel, which operated in the BEST terminal, belongs to the shipping company UASC and was dispatched by UASAC Iberia.

This new service strengthens the Port of Barcelona as a distribution hub to the hinterland of cargo from North America bound for the Middle East and India.

Source and photo: BCL

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