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WE ARE THE ONES WHO SHIP FOREST PRODUCTS

At the Port of Gothenburg you have a wider choice of shipping lines than at any other port in Scandinavia. Here you can acquaint yourself with a number of the companies that are ready and waiting to ship your forest products from Gothenburg to destinations far and wide.

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  • ACL
  • CldN
  • DFDS-Seways
  • K-Line
  • Maersk-Line
  • MSC
  • SCI-Freightman
  • Goteborgs-Hamn
  • Unifeeder
  • SOL

WE ARE A GLOBAL SHIPPING COMPANY WITH A LOCAL BASE

The Swiss shipping company MSC is the second-largest shipping company in the world and has a global network of routes.

FREDRIK MAGAJI, GENERAL MANAGER COMMERCIAL EXPORT

MSC: We are a global shipping company with a strong local base

The Swiss shipping company MSC is the second-largest shipping company in the world and has a global network of routes covering the whole world.

We have good level of service to all parts of the world and we are by tradition particularly strong in the Mediterranean region.

MSC is investing a great deal in local customer service in Gothenburg. At the Gothenburg office, staff are on hand to help customers put together a complete transport package from door to door, regardless of where in the world the products are destined.

"Our local customer service is highly appreciated by customers. They feel secure having a contact person who is involved throughout the whole process and who knows the Swedish market. We also try to have a booking system that is as flexible and easy to use as possible, the ultimate aim being to enhance efficiency and make things simpler for our customers.

"MSC should be chosen for its global capacity in combination with a strong local base."

MSC focuses a great deal on social and environmental responsibility.

"We are well to the fore when it comes to environmental and ethical sustainability. We are investing heavily in new-builds – large modern ships with engines that generate limited emissions."

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