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  1. Mega container vessel CMA CGM Arkansas in Piraeus, June 2020

    © Bill Clinton

  2. Marsaxlokk 24/2/2020

    © Κούλη Our Savior

  3. Marsaxlokk 24/2/2020

    © Κούλη Our Savior

  4. The CMA CGM Strauss sailing from Rotterdam, summer 2016.

    © Ο Στράους της Ελλάδος

  5. The CMA CGM Strauss sailing from Rotterdam, summer 2016.

    © Ο Στράους της Ελλάδος

  6. CMA CGM Florida approaching Livorno, summer 2017

    © Antonio Benarrivo

  7. CMA CGM Florida approaching Livorno, summer 2017

    © Antonio Benarrivo

  8. Container ship Nicolas Delmas in Trieste, March 2019

    © Antonio Conte

  9. source: Financial Times. Maersk Line, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. and CMA CGM have in principle agreed to establish a long-term operational alliance on East – West trades, called the P3 Network. The aim is to improve and optimise operations and service offerings. The P3 Network will operate a capacity of 2.6 million TEU (initially 255 vessels on 29 loops) on three trade lanes: Asia – Europe, Trans-Pacific and Trans-Atlantic. While the P3 Network vessels will be operated independently by a joint vessel operating centre, the three lines will continue to have fully independent sales, marketing and customer service functions. Improving services for the customers The P3 Network will provide customers with more stable, frequent and flexible services. Each of the lines will offer more weekly sailings in their combined network than they do individually. As an example, the P3 Network plans to offer 8 weekly sailings between Asia and Northern Europe. In addition the P3 Network will offer more direct ports of call. The improved network is expected to reduce the disruptions for customers caused by cancelled sailings. In order to provide customers with a consistent service offering across the network, the lines will establish an independent joint vessel operating centre. Need for efficiency Declining volume growth and over-capacity in recent years have underlined the need to improve operations and efficiency in the industry. This has prompted the creation of other operational alliances such as G6 and CKYH. Using the P3 Network the lines expect to be able improve their efficiency through better utilisation of vessel capacity. Subject to approval The lines intend to start operations in the 2nd quarter of 2014, but the starting date will be subject to obtaining the approval of relevant competition and other regulatory authorities. In addition, the establishment of the P3 Network is subject to the lines agreeing on definitive contracts. Finalisation and signing of the contracts is planned for the 4thquarter of this year. The P3 Network will based on existing capacities of each member, initially operate a capacity of 2.6 million TEU (255 vessels) Maersk Line will contribute with approximately 42% of the capacity (including the new Triple-E ships), of about 1.1 million TEU. Maersk Line will continue to offer the Daily Maersk product to those customers requesting it. MSC will contribute with approximately 34% of the capacity, of about 0.9 million TEU of capacity. CMA CGM will contribute with approximately 24% of the capacity equalling 0.6 million TEU. Vessels contributed to the P3 Network will continue to be owned and/or chartered by the lines. source: Financial Times.
  10. H νέα παραλαβή της γαλλικής CMA CGM από τη Daewoo, Marco Polo, κρατά πλέον τα σκήπτρα του μεγαλύτερου container-ship στον κόσμο με χωρητικότητα 16,020 TEU, εκτοπίζοντας από την πρώτη θέση το Emma Maersk. Έχει cross tonnage 175343, DTW 186470 t., μήκος 396 μέτρα, πλάτος 54 μέτρα, φέρει σημαία Βρετανίας με λιμάνι νηολογίου το Λονδίνο, ενώ πραγματοποίησε το πρώτο εμπορικό ταξίδι από το Ningbo της Κίνας. Περισσότερες πληροφορίες εδώ.
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