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Maersk and Zim shrank their fleets in 2018

According to a survey by Seaintelligence, the fleets at 6 of the 12 largest liner shipping companies have grown less than the increase in general demand. Maersk and Zim have downright reduced their fleet size in 2018.

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Two shipping lines, Maersk and its new partner, Israeli Zim, have actively scaled down their fleets in the past year, according to analyst firm Seaintelligence.

The firm has looked at how 12 shipping lines' fleets have developed from early 2018 to early this year.

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