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P3 beats rivals on reliability as well

The P3 alliance with Maersk Line, MSC, and CMA CGM has left the competition in its wake during the past three months in terms of reliability, according to an analysis by SeaIntel.

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Since the world's three largest container carriers Maersk Line, MSC, and CMA CGM in June 2013 announced the remarkable plans to collaborate in the new P3 alliance, the carriers have gradually improved their reliability, and they are currently the most reliable container carriers compared to the two other major alliances on Asia-Europe, according to a new analysis by SeaIntel.

A significant part of the explanation for the P3 carriers' total and increased reliability within the last four months comes from the improvements experienced by MSC, says SeaIntel.

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