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Alphaliner: Shipowners locked in a fight for market shares

The major container shipping companies’ appetite for growth remains unimpaired in spite of the deep recession plagueing the market since 2008, and several shipowners have returned to extensive newbuilding programs, according to a new analysis by Alphaliner on Tuesday. 

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The world’s 21 biggest container shipping companies are locked in a fight for market shares following the addition of new tonnage. The shipping companies’ appetite for growth remains unimpaired in spite of the recession, writes Alphaliner on Tuesday.

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