Ocean Carriers


Ocean Carrier Services Calling the Port of Boston’s Conley Terminal


Some of the world's largest ocean carriers call the Port of Boston’s Conley Terminal, opening up markets to more than 100 ports around the globe. The Port of Boston's principal regions for international trade include Asia (primarily North-Central China), North Europe and the Mediterranean. The Port of Boston also connects indirectly to South China, Southeast Asia, India, the Middle East and Africa.

The Port of Boston is served twice weekly by Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC).

  • MSC offers a weekly service between Boston and North Europe, calling Bremerhaven, Felixstowe, Rotterdam, Antwerp, and LeHavre. Boston is the second U.S. port called (inbound) on this service.
  • MSC offers a weekly service between Boston and the Mediterranean, calling Valencia, Gioia Tauro, Naples, Leghorn, La Spezia, Valencia, and Sines; Boston is the first U.S. port called (inbound) on this service.

The Port of Boston is served once weekly by the CKYH+E alliance.

Steamship Line  Trade Area  Frequency 
China Ocean Shipping Co.
Tel: (800) 242-7354
China, Japan,
SE Asia
Direct Weekly Service To Asia (AWE-2)
Evergreen America
Import: (201) 761-3488
Export: (201) 761-3489
China, Japan Direct Weekly Service to Asia (AWE-2)
Hanjin Shipping Co, Ltd.
Tel: (201) 291-4500
China, Japan
Asia, Indian sub-continent
Direct Weekly Service to Asia (AWE-2)
K Line America, Inc.
Tel: (800) 609-3221
Japan, China Direct Weekly Service to Asia (AWE-2)
Mediterranean Shipping Co.
Tel: (978) 532-3710
UK/Continent,
E/W Mediterranean,
Middle East
Direct Weekly Service from Europe and from the Mediterranean
Yang Ming Line
Tel: (617) 721-2941
China, Japan,
SE Asia
Direct Weekly
Service to Asia (AWE-2)