Box carriers have become more creditworthy – but still room for improvement

For the last six months, three container liners have had their credit rating upgraded by Moody’s, while three other carriers have been given an improved ”credit outlook”, going from ”stable” to ”positive”, writes Alphaliner.

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Maersk is still the most creditworthy box carrier among the six other competitors consistently assessed by credit rating agency Moody’s, writes analyst firm Alphaliner.

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