MSC enhances connections between Japan, Korea and Russia with new Sunrise service

To reinforce its presence in the intra-Asia network, MSC has announced its new Sunrise service, connecting Japan, Korea and Russia.

MSC has announced its new Sunrise service, connecting Japan, Korea and Russia, effective from week 49 to enhance its connections in the intra-Asia network.

The Sunrise will be a weekly service opening a new route between Japan, Korea and the major container ports in eastern Russia,Vladivostok and Vostochniy, offering additional business opportunities to its customers. This new service is intended to complement MSC’s recently updated Golden Horn service, which operates between northern China, Korea and Russia.

These two services aim to not only offer new perspectives at a regional level but also at a global level in terms of access to the most important rail gateways linking Asia to Europe via Vladivostok.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: MSC

Sunrise’s first sailings will be:

  • MSC Nora, voyage HT049R, ETA Busan 30 November 2020
  • La Tour, voyage HT048A, ETA Busan 2 December 2020

The full port rotation for the new Sunrise service is: Yokohama – Osaka – Kobe – Hakata – Busan – Vladivostok – Vostochniy – Busan.

Source: MSC

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