M/V MSC SHUBA B arrived from the West Coast of South America with a cargo of predominately perishable fruit. The origin of most of the cargo was from Chile and Peru, which included table grapes, peaches, plums, pears and blueberries, the company said in its press release. “This size of vessel is increasingly being used as the workhorse for shipping lines around the world. It’s the reason why we are working so hard to make the necessary capital improvements which we have planned as quickly as possible.” PhilaPort is currently implementing a $300 million infrastructure improvement plan which includes wharf strengthening, new cranes, paving and many other terminal improvements. In 2017, the Port realized 19 percent growth in its containerized cargo volumes handling 548,000 containers
Largest vessel to call at The Port of Philadelphia arrives from the West Coast of South America
M/V MSC SHUBA B arrived from the West Coast of South America with a cargo of predominately perishable fruit
18 February 2018 - 11:28
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