Alphaliner: No consolidation despite losses among container carriers

Only four of the 18 biggest container carriers were able to produce surpluses in the first quarter of this year, and the rates on key routes continue to be very low. Despite these developments, there are no signs to suggest consolidations between the carrier companies, Alphaliner writes.
Photo: Hanjin
Photo: Hanjin
BY TOMAS KRISTIANSEN

There are no signs of consolidation among the hard-pressed container carriers even though only four of the 18 biggest container carriers saw surpluses in the first quarter of 2013, Alphaliner writes in its latest newsletter.

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