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 weekly by Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC).
- MSC offers a weekly service between Boston and North Europe, calling Antwerp, Bremerhaven, and Rotterdam via Boston to Freeport Bahamas and the West Coast of South America.
The Port of Boston is served once weekly by the CKYH+E alliance.
- China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO) and its partners, K Line, Yang Ming, Hanjin and Evergreen offer a weekly service between Boston and North-Central China, calling Qingdao, Shanghai and Ningbo. Boston is the second U.S. port called (inbound) on this service.
- The 2M Alliance, MSC and Maersk, offers a weekly service from the Mediterranean, calling Gioia Tauro, Naples, Leghorn, La Spezia, Genoa, Valencia, Algeciras, and Sines. Boston is the second U.S. port called (inbound) on this service.
|Steamship Line||Trade Area||Frequency|
|China Ocean Shipping Co.
Tel: (800) 242-7354
|Direct Weekly Service To Asia (AWE-2)|
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
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)|
Tel: (800) 321-8807
|Mediterranean||Direct Weekly Service from Mediterranean (2M Alliance)|
|Mediterranean Shipping Co.
Tel: (978) 532-3710
Direct Weekly Service from Europe and from the Mediterranean
Direct Weekly Service from Mediterranean (2M Alliance)
|Yang Ming Line
Tel: (617) 721-2941
Service to Asia (AWE-2)