Seven carriers behind new intra-Asian network

A group of container carriers including CMA CGM, Maersk Line, and Hamburg Süd are now launching a new intra-Asian network collaboration between key hubs.

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French CMA CGM, Maersk Line, APL, and OOCL have launched a new cooperation on three existing intra-Asian services between the Far East and the Indian subcontinent, starting in February 2014.

With a slot sharing agreement that also includes Emirates Shipping Line, Hamburg Süd, and Regional Container Lines, 18 ships with a total capacity of 17,500 teu will be deployed on the services, says CMA CGM in a press release.

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