Maersk and MSC reveal the 2M network

Maersk Line and MSC have announced the 2M network. Read on to learn the details.

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The world's two largest container carriers, Maersk Line and MSC, have announced the preliminary plan for their VSA collaboration 2M, which is expected to launch in early 2015. In a statement, the two carrier present their east-west network, port rotations and arrival/departure times in the various ports.

2M will operate services on Asia-North Europe, Asia-Mediterranean, Transatlantic-North Europe, Transpacific-Mediterranean, Transpacific-US West Coast and Transpacific-US East Coast.

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