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Maersk in talks with Chinese shipyard for ten box ships

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Core Tip: According to several sources, Maersk Line is reportedly in talks with China’s Jiangnan Shipyard, looking to acquire ten containerships.
According to several sources, Maersk Line is reportedly in talks with China’s Jiangnan Shipyard, looking to acquire ten containerships.

The world leading Danish liner is looking to acquire vessels that move cargo to and from much bigger vessels at sea, adding to a trend recently seen in liner shipping. In an extremely turbulent market, the top ten liners have solidified, despite some high profile casualties, and look to be dominating the market. Part of this growing domination is the acquisition of feeder vessels which allow liners to offer dexterity.

As well as a raft of alliances, the world’s major liners recently created an association to share data and practices, heralding a long sought call to collaborate on standards. According to transportandlogisticsme.com¸ a move like that will further solidify the top liners as leading voices in the supply chain, and affords them the opportunity to create new business models.

 
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