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Maersk Line returns steady flow of ships to owners

Maersk Line has begun the process of returning seven chartered 8,000 teu container ships with large reefer capacities to somewhat struggling Chilean carrier CSAV.

According to Alphaliner on Tuesday, Maersk Line has begun the process of returning a total of seven chartered 8,000 teu container ships to their owner, Chilean CSAV. The first ship, Tolten, is being returned this week.

The ships were delivered to Maersk Line straight from the shipyard in 2011-2012 and were built with large reefer capacities to operate on routes bound for the South American east coast.

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