Container lines grow their businesses

Nine of the world's largest container lines increased their revenue in the second quarter. The highest revenue is found at Maersk, although the shipping line also booked the lowest growth.

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Nine of the world's largest container lines have published their second quarter results, and one commonality between them all is that they have grown their revenues compared to last year, according to Sea-Intelligence.

The world's largest container line, Maersk, booked the highest revenue in the second quarter but also the lowest growth of the nine liner companies, amounting to 2.8 percent.

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