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Zim withdraws from Transpacific Stabilization Agreement

Israeli container carrier Zim is opting out of the TSA – Transpacific Stabilization Agreement – which is the container collaboration on the Pacific.

Photo: Zim Integrated Shipping Services

Container carrier Zim is joining several other carriers this year in leaving the TSA – Transpacific Stabilization Agreement – which is the container carriers' so-called "conference" or partnership agreement for sailing on the Pacific, report several media.

This November, rumors circulated that Zim was planning to completely stop sailing on the Pacific and instead focus on being a regional carrier in the Mediterranean. The rumors were rejected by Zim at the time.

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