Maersk and MSC have lost market shares on key tradelane

Suspended services have resulted Maersk and MSC's 2M alliance having lost market shares in capacity on Asia-North Europe. One competitor in particular has grown, writes Sea-Intelligence.

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Maersk and MSC have in recent weeks and months lost market shares on the major Asia-North Europe tradelane.

Here the two partners in the 2M alliance have in 2020 seen their market share on the route drop from 35 percent "to a little under 30 percent" measured in capacity, writes analyst firm Sea-Intelligence.

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