Some of the world's largest container carriers call at the Port of Boston, opening up markets to more than 104 ports around the globe. The Port of Boston's trading areas include Europe, the Mediterranean, North and South Asia, and the Middle East.
The Port of Boston is served twice weekly by Mediterranean Shipping Company
China Ocean Shipping Company
- MSC offers a weekly service from Europe (Bremerhaven, Felixstowe, Antwerp, and LeHavre) with Boston as the second U.S. port inbound.
- MSC offers a weekly service from the Mediterranean (Valencia, Gioia Tauro, Naples, Leghorn, La Spezia, Valencia, and Sines) with Boston as the first U.S. port inbound.
(COSCO) and its partners, "K" Line
, Yang Ming Line
, and Hanjin
call Boston weekly, providing direct service between Boston and ports in China (Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Yokohama). The Port of Boson is the last U.S. port outbound.
Boston is New England’s gateway to the Midwest via truck or rail, providing low outbound truck rates and fast intermodal transit times. Cargo off-loaded in Boston can reach Chicago in 24 hours by truck or 32 hours by rail.
The following container carriers offer service to Boston:
|China Ocean Shipping Co.
Tel: (800) 242-7354
|Direct Weekly Service To Asia (AWE-2)
|Hanjin Shipping Co, Ltd.
Tel: (781) 849-3130
Fax: (781) 849-1539
Asia, Indian sub-continent
|Direct Weekly Service to Asia (AWE-2)
|K Line America, Inc.
Tel: (781) 961-9595
Fax (781) 986-3659
||Direct Weekly Service to Asia (AWE-2)
|Mediterranean Shipping Co.
Tel: (978) 532-3712
Fax: (978) 532-3718
|Direct Weekly Service from Europe and from the Mediterranean
|Yang Ming Line
Agent: Moran Shipping
Tel: (617) 443-0616
Fax: (617) 428-6037
Service to Asia (AWE-2)