2M and O3 have lost their lead on mega-tonnage

Alliances 2M and O3's lead in terms of ultra large container vessels seems to be shrinking as the two smallest alliances, G6 and CKYHE, establish mega-vessel fleets, according to SeaIntel.

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The world's two largest container alliances, 2M and Ocean Three, are losing their initial advantage to competitors G6 and CKYHE in terms of the average size for the biggest vessels in the fleets.

SeaIntel has made a comparison of the four alliances' largest ships - the ones over 10,000 teu - in the period from last summer up to the current date.

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