Evergreen, CMA CGM drive capacity growth on Asia-Europe routes

Capacity growth on container routes between the Far East and Europe in April came to roughly 10% compared to the same time last year. Two shipping lines were the principal growth drivers.

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Ocean Alliance, one of the major players within container shipping, has overtaken Maersk and MSC’s 2M as the alliance with the largest capacity on the main container tradelanes between Asia and Europe, writes Alphaliner in an analysis.

Last month, the analyst firm counted 348 container vessels on the routes, totaling a capacity of 5.45 million teu – an increase of 10.4% compared to April 2021.

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