US postpones launch of new Maersk P3-alliance

The US authority FMC, the Federal Maritime Commission, will put more questions to the P3 carriers, a move that according to the FMC will postpone the launch of the collaboration.

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The US maritime authority FMC demands further information from Maersk Line, MSC, and CMA CGM about their planned collaboration through the P3 alliance. The decision to require more information from the three largest container carriers in the world about their proposed alliance will delay the launch of the collaboration, says the FMC in a statement on its website.

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