SeaIntel: CKYHE to increase competition on the Adriatic

By April, the major Asian CKYHE alliance will expand its market shares on the main trades from Asia to Europe through a large-scale reorganization of sailing plans and port calls. This will especially impact the Asia-Adriatic Sea trade, says SeaIntel.

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The large CKYHE alliance recently announced a large-scale reorganization of the carriers' service networks on routes from Asia to North Europe and the Mediterranean. The alliance will increase its average ship size and will thus achieve bigger market shares on these trades.

This will especially impact the Asia-Adriatic Sea trade lane where CKYHE's vessels will grow from an average 5,900 teu to 8,500 teu, according to a new analysis from SeaIntel.

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