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30th October 2013

P3 Network Takes Shape [Infographic]

The three container lines partnering on the proposed P3 Network last week released details of their proposed alliance to serve the major east-west trades.

In separate postings, CMA CGM, Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Co. discussed upcoming changes in their service offerings, including information on ports of call and service rotations, vessel deployments, and more.

The carriers are proposing 28 loops serving the Asia-North Europe, Asia-Mediterranean, Asia-North America and Trans-Atlantic trade lanes, with capacity of approximately 2.6 million 20-foot-equivalent units.

P3 Network
CMA CGM
Maersk Line
Mediterranean Shipping Co.
Asia-Europe
Trans-Atlantic
Trans-Pacific
Asia
Europe
North America

Articles

P3 Carriers Unveil Plans as Regulators Voice Concerns
P3 Network
P3 Alliance to Boost Trans-Pacific Capacity
Trans-Pacific
FMC Chairman Calls for Summit With EU, China to Discuss P3 Impact
US Transportation Regulations
P3: 255 Ships, 2.6 Million TEUs, 27 Services
P3 Network
SSE's Zhang Ye: China's Policies Will Impact Shipping Industry Worldwide
International Freight Shipping
Alphaliner's Tan: P3 Will Increase Rate Volatility
Container Lines
UPS Asia Chief Decries Rate Volatility in Trans-Pacific
Trans-Pacific
Shippers Voice Concerns About P3 Network
P3 Network

Commentary

Shippers’ Two-Sided Coin
Container Lines

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