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Bigger alliances could bring large environmental benefits

P3 and other alliances on the routes between Asia and Europe could reduce CO2 emissions by around 40 percent, says Drewry.

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If the environment was the crucial factor in the authorities' considerations about whether the giant P3 alliance between Maersk Line, MSC, and CMA CGM should be approved, there would be little doubt that P3 as well as other alliances with their ultra-large ships on the high volume routes between the Far East and Europe would be easily approved.

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