Maersk Line: We are looking at other possibilities with Hyundai

2M partners Maersk Line and MSC are believed to have completely given up on reaching a vessel sharing agreement with South Korean carrier Hyundai, as had been flagged by the three carriers in July just before Hanjin's collapse.

Photo: Hyundai Merchant Marine

Five months after Maersk Line and its partner in the 2M alliance, MSC, announced a potential alliance collaboration with South Korea's Hyundai Merchant Marine on the Pacific routes, it seems negotiations between the parties have not led to significant progress.

On the contrary, the three carriers have agreed to investigate opportunities beyond the proposed vessel sharing agreement (VSA).

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