SeaIntel: Agreement is bad news for CMA CGM

The agreement between Maersk Line and MSC knocks Maersk Line's collaboration with CMA CGM off the field. A bad thing, though it could open up for new opportunities, partner and CEO of SeaIntel tells ShippingWatch.

The new collaboration between Maersk Line and MSC comes as bad news for French CMA CGM, Lars Jensen, partner and CEO of analyst agency SeaIntel, tells ShippingWatch.

Do Maersk Line and MSC have their own Plan B?

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