Ocean carriers could be losing up to $350m on turnover every week, due to the coronavirus crisis.
The 2M alliance partners, Maersk and MSC, today confirmed two further void sailings from North Europe to Asia – a knock-on effect of a raft of headhaul blankings which have threatened to stymie the supply chain for European exporters.
The 2M officially withdrew its AE2/Swan eastbound loop, with the Marseille Maersk vessel advertised to start loading …
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