MSC podría superar la capacidad de Maersk gracias a sus nuevos encargos (MSC)

MSC podría superar la capacidad de Maersk gracias a sus nuevos encargos (MSC)

05/07/2021

Si MSC sigue adelante con sus planes, le bastaría con encargar una sola serie de mega-portacontenedores para superar a la naviera danesa.

Fuente: Cadena de Suministro. Leer noticia aquí (18/11/2020)

Imagen: INCOTRANS® - International Business Group ©

 

"MSC acortará distancias con Maersk en 2019" (10/01/2019)

Fuente: Cadena de Suministro. Leer noticia aquí

 

El operador adquirirá 20 buques este año, que sumarán una capacidad de 334.550 TEUs a su flota, que seguirá estando unos 800.0000 por debajo de Maersk.

 

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