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Maersk wanted HMM to remain a 2M partner

Maersk would have liked HMM to remain part of the 2M alliance, the company tells ShippingWatch. HMM also confirms that negotiations took place. Once the South Korean partner withdraws next year, 2M will need to find alternatives in the Pacific.

HMM joins THE Alliance

South Korean container shipping company HMM becomes full member of container alliance THE Alliance. HMM has been in a strategic partnership with Maersk's 2M alliance for several years.

HMM's new chief executive will visit 2M partners

HMM's new chief executive will this week visit Maersk in Copenhagen as well as MSC in Geneva "to consolidate the relationship" with the 2M alliance. HMM's agreement with the container alliance expires in April 2020.

Maersk and MSC remove capacity on critical route

The alliance partners are suspending a route between Asia and Europe. Although the move will have some influence, other shipowners must follow the same example for it to impact rates, says Drewry.

Maersk og MSC fjerner kapacitet på vigtig rute

Allianceparterne suspenderer en fast afgang mellem Asien og Europa. Selvom manøvren vil have nogen indflydelse, skal andre redere følge samme eksempel, før det vil påvirke raterne, vurderer analysehuset Drewry.

Maersk Line gives the cold shoulder to 2M partner MSC

This story could also have been titled: "Geneva calling Copenhagen," as MSC has, in a surprise move, made a public call for its 2M partner to sail slower and adjust its route network. ShippingWatch brings Maersk Line's response here.

MSC will sail slower and abandon unprofitable routes

MSC is in the midst of a large-scale process aimed at ensuring increased reliability and efficiency. This includes having ships sailing slower, and the company wants 2M partner Maersk Line to join in, President and CEO Diego Aponte tells Lloyd's List.

MSC gets surprisingly good result in Northern Europe

MSC Scandinavia, which covers important areas such as Russia, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, has published a surprisingly good 2017 result. The company is the only one of Maersk Line's alliance partners, MSC, to publish reports.

Hyundai Merchant has scaled back after 2M arrangement

Hyundai Merchant Marine has reduced its capacity by 28 percent in the period from April to June, according to Alphaliner. HMM has chartered nine vessels to the 2M alliance members Maersk Line and MSC, with whom the South Korean carrier has formed a vessel sharing agreement.

HMM books major operating loss in 2016

South Korean container carrier HMM ends 2016 with an operating loss of USD 595 million, writes Alphaliner. Besides bankrupt Hanjin, the carrier's operating margin was the worst among listed carriers last year, writes the analyst agency.

SeaIntel: Keep an eye on rates in April

The launch of the new container alliances on April 1 will mark a new era for container shipping, and market observers will keep an eye on whether the new setup helps container majors keep rates high on key trades, notes SeaIntel.

Analysis: Considerable savings in having fewer container hubs

The container carriers are working to reduce the number of direct links between several ports on the major tradelanes which will be serviced by the three alliances starting April 1. A new analysis concludes that this could be good for the carriers' business, though it could also hurt the ports.

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