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Container alliances show five percent capacity growth

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The launch of new alliances from April 1 has prompted the utilization of container tonnage. Altogether, teu capacity has increased by five percent, writes Alphaliner in a new analysis.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 19.04.17 at 11:47

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