Maersk Line shuts down a West Asia - Europe service

Maersk Line plans to slash around 16 percent of its capacity between West- and Central Asia and Europe, informs the carrier.

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Maersk Line will cut around 16 percent of the carrier's capacity on routes from West and Central Asia to Europe through a change in the carrier's service network, says Maersk Line in a statement.

The carrier shuts down the so-called ME5 service, which calls in ports including Valencia, Spain, Genoa, Italy and Chennai in India. These ports will instead be distributed across three other strings, ME1, ME2 and ME3.

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