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The largest container carriers to launch new global association

The world's Top-6 container carriers are about to put the finishing touches on a new global association that will be presented soon according to ShippingWatch's sources. Standardization of the industry is the key word.

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A hitherto unseen alliance of competing liner companies will soon launch a new global association aimed first and foremost on creating standardization and thereby making the industry more efifcient.

The shared collaboration involves the six largest container carriers in the world, which since the early summer of this year have discussed how the carriers can agree on joint standards for elements such as container supply.

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