Container alliance voids several Pacific sailings

Weak development in container volumes prompts Ocean Alliance to cancel several Transpacific sailings, writes Alphaliner.

The Liner companies in Ocean Alliance have decided to cancel a total of ten Transpacific sailings in March and April due to weak development in container volumes, writes analyst firm Alphaliner Wednesday.

According to Alphaliner, the voided sailings will remove a total of 15 percent of the alliance's combined capacity.

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