Hapag-Lloyd and ONE set to operate joint feeder services round the world

October 12, 2018 Gavin van Marle

Hapag Lloyd and it’s the Alliance partner Ocean Network Express (ONE) have agreed to operate feeder services around the world together.
Under the terms of a “bilateral strategic feeder network cooperation agreement”,  the lines will share space on their respective feeder vessels.
It began with the joint launch of the Bohai Express service in August and is to be extended to the intra-Europe trade this month with the launch of the North Sea ...

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