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Maersk Line loses first place on reliability

This February, Maersk Line, A.P. Moeller-Maersk container carrier, had to step down from the number one spot as the industry's most reliable carrier, according to the latest monthly review by the analysts at SeaIntel. 

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German Hamburg Süd surpassed Maersk Line and is now back in the number one spot, a position Maersk Line has occupied since May 2012.

But it wasn't all bad news for Maersk Line as the company improved its global reliability by 1 percent, writes SeaIntel.

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