Seago Line: European short sea on a tightrope

According to Seago Line CEO, Jakob Bomholt, the competition on European short sea, the short intra-European routes is ruthless. ShippingWatch has talked to Jakob Bomholt about the challenges.

The European short sea market is not as immense as the Asian one but the struggle between carriers to obtain clients and cargo might be just as harsh.

Furthermore, the almost two year-old Maersk Line short sea and feeder carrier, Seago Line, was founded at a time in which the global container market had been thrown into a ruthless price war and the growth in Europe had begin to stagnate; a condition which it still suffers under.

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