Container shipping alliances now planning to set course for Latin America trades

November 15, 2018 Gavin van Marle

The major deepsea alliances could begin to extend their joint service network to secondary north-south trades, such as those serving Latin America, as they look to squeeze more efficiency from their cooperation agreements.
Michael Kristiansen, owner of consultancy CK Americas, told delegates at this week’s TOC America Container Supply Chain event in Panama: “I think the global alliances are coming – whether it is little by little or very fast, I ...

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