Analysts: New agreement is Maersk's best shot

The new vessel sharing agreement between Maersk Line and MSC forms the best move the carrier could perform after the P3 alliance failed. But there are still many unanswered questions, according to analysts.

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Maersk's new collaboration agreement with MSC, which sources already told ShippingWatch about two weeks ago, is the best choice from Maersk's perspective after the P3 alliance failed, SeaIntel analyst Lars Jensen and Maersk Line analyst Jesper Christensen of Alm. Brand tell ShippingWatch.

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