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MPC Container Ships could reach 50 vessels this year

Newly-established container carrier MPC Container Ships plans to have 35 to 50 feeder vessels within a year. "This would be a good starting point for us," the CEO of the Oslo-based company tells ShippingWatch.

Contantin Baack heads MPC Container Ships. He has also worked for Hamburg Süd, among others.

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