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HMM enters multipurpose partnership with AAL

Hyundai Merchant Marine will launch a new multipurpose collaboration with AAL. The partnership will target a wider range of project cargo with more vessels in especially Asia and the Middle East.

South Korea's Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) is now joining forces with AAL in a new multipurpose cooperation targeting Asia and the Middle East in particular.

With Hyundai Merchant's four vessels and AAL's two vessels, the partnership will target a broader portfolio of cargo types, including project, dry bulk and breakbulk, the partners write in a statement.

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