Supply chains 'finally beginning to stabilise', says Maersk
Maersk believes supply chains “are finally beginning to stabilise and find equilibrium”. Indeed, its Asia-Pacific March update ...
Trying to make sense of the nonsense isn’t always plain sailing, but it’s our stated mission – even more so when the conversation revolves around the ocean carriers, and their corporate strategies.
Enter Mærsk, the would-be UPS of shipping.
In a paper published yesterday by Drewry, the maritime and consulting specialist wrote that the Danish carrier had told it that “its integrator strategy was incompatible with being part of an alliance”.
Yes, the 2M alliance.
That, curiously or not, was published on the same ...
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