As its fleet capacity edges above 4m teu, MSC is on the cusp of overtaking 2M partner Maersk to become the largest carrier.
According to Alphaliner, following its aggressive buying spree of secondhand tonnage, the Swiss carrier now controls a fleet of 604 ships for a capacity of 4,015,674 teu, narrowing the gap on Maersk to just 106,000 teu.
Moreover, the current market leader has a virtually empty orderbook as it commits …
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