2M decision to reactivate AE2/Swan service early prompts freight rate warning

October 10, 2018 Gavin van Marle

Freight rates on Asia-North Europe trades could be set to fall steeply at the end of the year if 2M partners Maersk Line and MSC follow through on their plan to relaunch the suspended AE2/Swan service at the beginning of December.
According to new research from Alphaliner, the 2M plans to reactivate the service on 5 December, much earlier than many industry experts expected.
December is traditionally one of the slackest months ...

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