Every deepsea carrier has reduced its operated capacity this year, except South Korea’s HMM, which is taking delivery of a series of the world’s largest vessels.
And, in a double-whammy, the carrier has also seen nine ships, amounting to nearly 100,000 teu, returned from its former 2M partners, according to new research from Alphaliner.
As part of a cooperation agreement signed in 2017, 2M partners Maersk and MSC had chartered the vessels …
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