Container merger ONE expected to face calm transition phase

The three Japanese carriers in merger Ocean Network Express (ONE) only face modest changes in their new global route network before the April 1 launch. According to Alphaliner, the transition will not cause major problems for customers.

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Ocean Network Express (ONE), the merger of the container activities of Japan's three biggest carriers, has published its new route network, set to start operations on April 1 this year.

The three Japanese carriers are currently part of container partnership The Alliance, and ONE's service network only contains a few minor changes to existing services and no significant fleet rationalizations, writes Alphaliner in its newsletter Wednesday. The most important changes will likely be a consolidation of the the intra-Asian routes.

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