P3 has more than 27 percent share of US container market

Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), and CMA CGM, who are awaiting authority approval of their planned collaboration, have a solid foothold in the United States.

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According to Journal of Commerce, the alliance between the three largest container carriers in the world, P3, currently awaiting approval from the authorities, not least in the United States, and which is planned to start operating during 2014, has a solid foothold in the United States.

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