1988

EAC acquires BSD Singapore

1993

A.P. Moller - Maersk acquires EAC

2005

MCC’s liner activities combined into one company

2007

MCC Philippines commences domestic shipping

2009

MCC emerges as Intra-Asia Specialist, Singapore’s fastest growing 50

2010

MCC B/Ls issued on Intra-Asia trade lanes

2011

Expansion in North Asia

2014

Heightened focus on emerging markets

Current

Still Your Intra-Asia Partner

History timeline
1988 East Asiatic Company (EAC) acquired Bakke Sime Derby (BSD) Singapore and renamed the company to EAC Transport Agencies. BSD had until then been representing EAC's shipping interests in Singapore.
1993 In May 1993, EAC’s liner shipping activities were sold to A.P. Moller – Maersk. BSD was renamed MERCANTILE CARGO CONSOLIDATORS (MCC).
2005 After a re-structure, Maersk’s liner activities were moved to MCC Transport Singapore. Main focus was feedering primarily for Maersk Line within South East Asia.
2007 MCC Transport Philippines Inc. was formed, a JV company engaged in domestic shipping within Philippines.
2009 Maersk puts focus on Intra-Asia through MCC. On the same year, MCC was ranked as one of Singapore’s fastest growing companies.
2010 MCC-owned Bill of Ladings started to be issued on Intra-Asia trade lanes.
2011 Having established presence in South East Asia, MCC began to rapidly expand its reach in North Asia, including Far East Russia.
2014 The company began to boost business presence in emerging markets, starting with the opening of an office and services in Myanmar.
Current MCC continues to grow with its customers, continuously developing it’s network to provide comprehensive coverage in Asia.