Drewry: Alliances a response to a fragile market

The alliances form a response to the continuing crisis in the container industry, says Drewry, outlining the differences between the now four major container alliances. Read on to learn more.

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With the most recent alliance between CMA CGM, United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) and Chinese CSCL, the final piece of the mega-alliance puzzle seems to have fallen into place. In a new analysis, Drewry looks at the differences between the now four major alliances, which ultimately form a response to the still-fragile environment for container carriers.

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