SeaIntel: P3 just the first step toward consolidation

In just a few years several container carriers among the world's Top 20 could be gone, and the new P3 alliance might just be a small step toward a consolidation of the market.

Even though the announced P3 collaboration, with a planned launch in the 2nd quarter 2014, between the three largest carriers in the world, Maersk Line, MSC, and CMA CGM is currently considered to be the largest, most expansive alliance in the industry, in a few years it could turn out to be just a small step toward a total consolidation, where several of the carriers of today will be gone.

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