MCC Transport supports trade growth of Timor Leste through Dili service 28 June 2018

MCC Transport (MCC), A.P. Moller Maersk’s regional shipping specialist in Intra-Asia, launched container shipping services to and from Dili, Timor Leste.

Keen on enabling trade for Timor Leste, MCC leverages on the reliable weekly service between Surabaya and Dili, connecting Timor Leste to MCC’s extensive network that covers key markets in Intra-Asia via Surabaya. This provides Timor Leste businesses access to markets as far as East Russia in the north, as well as Bangladesh and Myanmar in the west.Dili Service 2

“We are proud to provide Timor Leste exporters and importers with a new shipping option to and from Asia. We believe that our competitive services will contribute towards growing the container trade in and out of Timor Leste,” says Naresh Potty, Chief Commercial Officer of MCC Transport.Dili service

The weekly service’ proforma arrives Dili every Monday, and departs every Wednesday. MCC operates in Timor Leste through a Dili-based agent Trans-Aslamea Shipping, Lda.


For further information, please contact:

Davina Rapaport
Regional Communications Manager, Asia Pacific
A.P. Moller Maersk
Mobile: +852 91767710

Chenyl Eugenio
Marketing Manager, MCC Transport
Mobile: +63 998 865 8691

About MCC Transport

MCC Transport is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Maersk Line, and specializes in the world’s most dynamic and fastest growing market: Intra-Asia. Headquartered in Singapore, MCC has over 600 employees and operates 80+ ships that serve more than 200 ports every week. Having served as the Intra-Asia Partner for over 20 years, MCC continues to link its customers to opportunities across region through direct and transshipment services to major ports in the region, coupled with swift documentation processes and e-commerce solutions at competitive price levels.


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