Clarksons Platou: Container price war will soon end

The container market is now so poor, that all carriers must think in terms of profitability rather than a price war, writes Clarksons Platou commenting on the upcoming quarterly results from Maersk.

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The extremely poor container market has dropped to a bottom level, which will force the major container lines to bring the price war to an end and instead focus on their profits.  

This is according to Clarksons Platou in a comment on the upcoming quarterly results from Maersk Group, where the container shipping arm Maersk Line is weighing heaviest on the conglomerate.

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