Alphaliner: Large alliances could strengthen competition

Even though container carriers are about to be divided into three major alliances, competition could benefit as long as carriers do not leave the industry, says Alphaliner.

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In spite of the fact that the major carriers area headed toward a three-way split into large alliances on routes between the Far East and Northern Europe - with the P3 alliance leading the pack as the largest collaboration - there is nothing to indicate that competition among the Top 20 container carriers will be weakened, says Alphaliner.

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