Hapag-Lloyd CEO says life will be more difficult without block exemption

If the EU Commission decides to end a unique competition rule for the liner shipping companies, it will make some elements more difficult for the container carriers, Hapag-Lloyd CEO Rolf Habben Jansen tells ShippingWatch.

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The EU Commission is working on a review of a unique competition rule that has benefited the container sector for years.

If this is changed, it would lead to new cooperation relations for the liner shipping companies in the EU.

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