Hapag-Lloyd CEO looking to expand cooperation in alliances

Right now everybody is talking to everybody in terms of future container alliances, says Hapag-Lloyd CEO Rolf Habben Jansen. He would like an expanded cooperation in a future alliance, he explains.


There is a lot of talk among the major container alliances these days. As reported by ShippingWatch on numerous occasions, at least three of the four existing container alliances look set to be reshuffled in relation to, first, CMA CGM's acquisition of Singapore's APL, and most recently in light of the merger between the two major Chinese container carriers Cosco and CSCL.

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