The Ocean Alliance is facing a profound network shake-up as its members prepare to welcome a large tranche of ultra-large containership (ULCV) capacity next year.
Yesterday saw the unveiling of the 2018 service network for its members, Cosco, CMA CGM, Evergreen and OOCL.
While its rivals – the 2M and THE alliances – have relatively modest and well-established orderbooks for the largest class of box ships, the Ocean is set to see the make-up of its respective fleets undergo radical change, according to liner consultancy SeaIntel.
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Source: The Loadstar, December 21, 2017
Author: Gavin van Marle
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