This is The Alliance's upcoming container network

Container collaboration The Alliance, headed by Hapag-Lloyd, has published its upcoming service network ahead of the expected launch in April 2017. The Alliance will run 31 services on the East-West trades.

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Last week the Ocean Alliance published its coming service network, and today, Tuesday, another major container collaboration, The Alliance, follows suit by announcing its upcoming service product.

The Alliance, headed by Hapag-Lloyd and including members K Line, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Nippon Yusen Kaisha, and Yang Ming, will operate a total of 31 services on the main East-West tradelanes, as evident from a press release issued by carrier K Line on Tuesday.

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