Media: Maersk and MSC have not learned from failed P3

A leading FMC commissioner believes that Maersk Line and MSC did not learn their lesson from the failed P3 collaboration, reports the Journal of Commerce.

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Maersk Line and MSC did not learn anything from the failed P3 alliance, which collapsed when the Chinese regulators rejected collaboration, says a leading commissioner of the US Federal Maritime Commission, FMC.

And this could create difficulties for the latest effort, the so-called 2M alliance between Maersk Line and MSC, according to shipping media Journal of Commerce.

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