Maersk and MSC accused of favoring own port terminals in Brazil

ABTP, an association of port terminals in Brazil, has asked authorities to investigate the 2M alliance’s market dominance. It’s a question of ”national sovereignty,” says president of ABTP.

Maersk's port terminal in Brazilian Santos has been in operation since 2013. | Photo: APM Terminals

The Brazilian Association of Port Terminals (ABTP) is accusing the world’s two leading container liners, Maersk and MSC, of misusing their dominating position on the country’s box market to favorize own terminals.

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