According to MANA, “The four members, CMA CGM, Cosco Container Lines, Evergreen Line, and Orient Overseas Container Line will operate 40 services on the East to West routes with roughly 100 ports of call and close to 500 port pairs.
CMA CGM will assign 119 vessels with a 35% capacity share.
According to CMA CGM, one of the members, the network will comprise: 20 loops, 145 weekly calls and 52 ports on the transpacific trade; six loops, 79 weekly calls and 31 ports on the Asia to Northern Europe trade; six loops, 79 weekly calls and 31 ports on the transatlantic trade; four loops, 67 weekly calls and 33 ports on the Asia to Mediterranean trade; four loops, 67 weekly calls and 33 ports on the Asia to Red Sea trade; and five loops, 55 weekly calls and 25 ports on the Asia to Middle East trade.
"Ocean Alliance is the largest operational agreement ever made between shipping companies. With more than 40 maritime services, we will be sharing our fleet with the largest Asian shipping companies. " said CMA CGM vice chairman Rodolphe Saadé.