Cordero: The US will discuss alliance responsibility when a member collapses

We must not avoid discussing the responsibility of alliances when a member collapses, says Chairman of the US Federal Maritime Commission, Mario Cordero, in an interview with ShippingWatch after the meltdown of Hanjin. See the interview here.

After the collapse of Hanjin, there is a need for discussing whether or not the three major container alliances should take on some of the commitments caused by a bankruptcy, Chairman of the US Federal Maritime Commission, Mario Cordero, tells ShippingWatch during Danish Maritime Forum.

Since Hanjin pulled the plug two months ago, the first collapse of a global container carrier in decades has given rise to a concern, spreading like wildfire throughout the industry, among shippers and,ultimately, consumers.

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