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Multipurpose giant AAL: Industry faces three difficult tasks

The world's fifth-largest multipurpose carrier AAL eyes three major challenges for the sector in the next couple of years. The shipping company increased its presence in Europe before the summer and is now ready to grow more in the region, CEO Kyriacos Panayides tells ShippingWatch.

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Singapore-based AAL has grown in recent years and is now ranked fifth among the world's largest multipurpose shipping companies.

Early this summer the shipping company began to build up its position in Europe, and the company plans to grow. But there are challenges facing the multipurpose market in the years to come, CEO Kyriacos Panayides tells ShippingWatch.

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