Maersk prepares for a farewell to record high rates in first half of the year

The red-hot container market with historic high rates will cool off during the first half of the year, projects Maersk CCO Vincent Clerc. Though he declines to project whether this will happen in the first or the second quarter.

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The world's largest container line, Maersk, expects the red-hot container market to cool off in the first half of the year.

However, Maersk CCO Vincent Clerc declines to declines to project whether this will be a few weeks from now not until the second quarter.

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