This is how competitors are covering Hanjin's services

Competitors have been quick to take over work on the routes no longer operated by collapsed container carrier Hanjin Shipping, writes Alphaliner. Here is an overview of the new players on Hanjin's old services.

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While cargo is gradually being unloaded from Hanjin's vessels and reloaded elsewhere, the collapsed container carrier's competitors are getting their vessels settled in to take over some of the traffic on the services that Hanjin Shipping is currently unable to operate.

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