Hamburg Süd expands cooperation with Ocean Three

Hamburg Süd is now expanding the cooperation with Ocean Three member CMA CGM Group to include more routes than the already existing cooperation in Europe-South America. Learn which routes here.

The two European shipowners Hamburg Süd and CMA CGM have entered into an agreement to enhance the carriers' existing cooperation in container shipping between Europe and South America. While CMA CGM is part of the Ocean Three alliance, Hamburg Süd is not part of an alliance, although the company will now be indirectly connected to Ocean Three through the enhanced cooperation.

According to the two shipowners, the collaboration aims to save on costs as well as offer quick transportation times and regular departures.

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