Seago Line returns ships to struggling owner

Maersk Line's intra-European feeder shipping company Seago Line is in the process of revising several Baltic routes, writes Alphaliner. The shipping company has suddenly returned several chartered ships to their owners.

Maersk Line's intra-European feeder shipping company Seago Line is revising several of its Baltic routes after the carrier suddenly last week returned three 1,683 teu chartered ships early to financially struggling Moroccan Shipowner International Maritime Transport Corp (IMTC). And back in November, a fourth ship in the so-called Maersk Vancouver series was returned to its owner early, writes Alphaliner on Tuesday.

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