It is still more lucrative for container majors to sail on the Pacific between Asia and North America, even though freight rates for the routes between Shanghai and Northern Europe reached the highest level in four years last week, says analyst firm Alphaliner.
The reason is both the higher spot rates on the Transpacific routes compared to the routes between Asia and Northern Europe and partly due to the "shorter sailing distance".
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