Maersk and MSC won the battle for Hanjin's freight

It has been easy for competitors to intercept Hanjin's freight volumes on the Pacific and, according to Alphaliner, the carrier's offered services between Asia and the US are likely not worth much today.

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Denmark's Maersk Line and Swiss MSC, partners in the 2M alliance, have cleaned up on the Pacific after Hanjin Shipping entered into receivership on August 31st.

The two carriers in the 2M alliance, according to Alphaliner, have been the most aggressive of all competitors in the battle to conquer freight volumes from collapsed Hanjin.

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