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SeaIntel: Maersk Lines’ ships have the lowest time-at-port

Maersk Line has the most effective network on Asia – Europe among the major container companies.

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Maersk Line has the most effective network on Asia – Europe among the major container companies when measured on time-at-sea versus time-at-port, shows a new analysis by SeaIntel.

In a corresponding analysis from last year, the so-called CKYH alliance of Cosco, K Line, and Yang Ming, had the most effective network with an average time-at-port of 17.4 percent while Maersk Line’s ships were at ports 17.6 percent of the time.

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