By the end of 2019, Marseilles-based CMA CGM and Geneva-headquartered MSC will be working together in a new service connecting ports in northern and southern Europe with the Indian Ocean and Australasia
SeaLand, a Maersk company, has expanded its operations in the Baltic Sea by starting a new weekly feeder service between
Russia’s largest port and its parent company’s main transhipment hubs in Germany
The AP Møller-Maersk Group has concluded arrangements with a number of third-party ship finance/leasing entities that will result in 13 new 2,200 TEU feeder class ships being phased into its intra-Asia liner and feeder network in the next two years.
United European Car Carriers (UECC), owned by NYK Line and Wallenius Lines, has signed a contract with China Shipbuilding Trading Co. Ltd and Jiangnan Shipbuilding Group Co. Ltd for two PCTCs. The first newbuild is expected to be delivered in 2021.