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Chris Rogers, research director for Panjiva, said that the Ocean Alliance is probably the most stable of the three “new style” alliances. “2M (MSC and Maersk) have been considering whether to add Hyundai Merchant Marine, which may complicate matters if HMM buys some of Hanjin Shipping’s assets or routes,” he said. “The Alliance (led by Hapag-Llloyd) is supposed to include Hanjin Shipping as a member, so it may need to rethink its strategy.”More press articles
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