Maersk Line and CMA CGM in new structure on West Africa

Maersk Line and CMA CGM have both changed their service network on voyages from Europe and the Mediterranean to West Africa. Get an overview here.

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Maersk Line as well as CMA CGM have, along with their subsidiaries Safmarine and Delmas, presented a new structure for the carriers' service networks on the route from Europe and the Mediterranean to West Africa, reports Alphaliner in a new analysis.

Both carriers have a strong presence on the key trade lane from Asia to West Africa where competition has intensified over the last year with more carriers and bigger ships cascaded onto the trade by shipowners deploying ultra-large vessels on Asia-Europe networks.

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