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Hapag-Lloyd's alliance to operate more than 249 ships in 2019

As of next year, one of the three major container alliances, The Alliance, will consist of more than 249 container ships, calling in 76 ports around the world.

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As of next year, The Alliance, one of three major container alliances spearheaded by German Hapag-Lloyd, will operate more than 249 modern container ship in its network.

The updated alliance will offer a total of 29 services and call in 76 ports in Asia, Europe, North and Central America, the Middle East, the Red Sea as well as the Indian subcontinent, the partners write in a press release.

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