Ocean Alliance presents its service network

Major container collaboration Ocean Alliance announced its service network on Thursday, which includes 40 services on the key east-west trades. CMA CGM will contribute 35 percent of the alliance's capacity.

Ocean Alliance, headed by France's CMA CGM and which counts Cosco, Evergreen, and OOCL as members, was cleared by the US Federal Maritime Commission, FMC, last week, and the container alliance is now ready to announce its coming service network.

The four container carriers will offer a total of 40 services on the important east-west trades, calling in close to 100 ports on these trade lanes, informs CMA CGM in a press release on Thursday.

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