APL: We're caught in a mega ship dilemma

Singapore-based container carrier APL is increasing its fleet significantly these years, and a larger number of the carrier's ships will be owned, says APL in an interview with ShippingWatch. It's quite simply too hard to say no to the mega ships.


With a magnificent view of the southern part of Singapore, APL's Vice President of Commercial, Peter Hall, greets us on the 20th floor. The shipping company is a big player, but still far from being big enough. And there's still work to do financially, he says.

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