HMM sees concern over coronavirus in the short term

South Korea's HMM concedes there might be a concern in the container sector over how the coronavirus could affect the market – at least in the short term, the carrier comments to ShippingWatch.

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South Korean container line HMM is seeing worry in the container sector over how the coronavirus might impact the market, at least in the short term, the carrier informs in a comment to ShippingWatch.

The comment follows a report by Alphaliner yesterday, which pointed out that the new virus originating in China could "have a substantial impact on the maritime industry".

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