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Mediterranean Shipping Company

 

MSC delivers a professional, efficient service tailored to the specific needs of your business.

For over 45 years MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has shipped almost every conceivable type of cargo to destinations all around the globe, now offering so much more than just ocean carriage, they’ve also developed a comprehensive infrastructure of road, rail and warehousing; allowing the offering of fully bespoke solutions designed to match your needs.

 

Doesn’t the thought of keeping all that in line just make you hungry?

Well, thanks to Dynamic Vending for the supply of 7 x G-Snack Vending Machines, financed by Tower Investments, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company can now enjoy convenient on-the-go snacks whilst on the move.

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