Container lines un-blanking sailings in the Pacific seen as sign of improved market

Container shipping companies are re-instating several sailings in the Pacific that had otherwise been blanked. This trend pertains to THE Alliance in particular. Sea-Intelligence perceives the trend as a sign of optimism among shipowners.

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Container shipping lines have slowly started re-instating several sailings that was blanked in the wake of the corona crisis.

Analyst firm Sea-Intelligence writes in its most recent newsletter that shipping companies have un-blanked 21 sailings on the Pacific routes from Asia to the West Coast of North America.

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