Maersk strikes vessel-sharing agreement after P3 fail
COPENHAGEN, July 10
COPENHAGEN, July 10 (Reuters) - A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Thursday it had entered into a vessel sharing agreement with Swiss-based MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co on the Asia-Europe, transatlantic and transpacific routes, after abandoning a previous three-way deal called P3.
The vessel agreement will include 185 vessels with an estimated capacity of 2.1 million Teu (20-foot equivalent units), of which Maersk Line will contribute 55 percent of the total capacity.
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