Nordea: Maersk Line has drastically reduced its fleet

Maersk Line, according to Nordea, has reduced exposure on the carrier's main routes between the Far East and Europe from 20 to 15 percent.  Executive management is preparing for a whole new world, notes Nordea in a prelude to the Maersk annual report next week.

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Maersk Line has organized its business towards a whole new reality in the struggling container market and has reduced its overall exposure on the carrier's traditional key routes between the Far East and Europe from 20 to 15 percent. This also means that Maersk Line is no longer the largest container carrier on the routes, where the first place is now held by the 2M alliance partner, Swiss MSC, with more capacity.

Nordea has released an analysis ahead of the Maersk Group's publication of the annual report next week on February 10th.

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