2M could lose 7 port pairs once HMM leaves

Sea-Intelligence estimates that 2M is set to lose 7 port pairs between Asia and the US West Coast when HMM leaves to join competitor THE Alliance next year.

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Container Alliance 2M could lose 7 routes in the Pacific once HMM changes alliance next year, assesses analyst firm Sea-Intelligence.

In its most recent newsletter, Sea-Intelligence examines the consequences of the strategic partner's decision to move from 2M to competitor THE Alliance.

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