Operating mega-ships of 22,000 TEU was not the way forward and will place mounting pressure on landslide operations, believes Jeremy Nixon, the CEO of new Japanese carrier Ocean Network Express (ONE). While mega-ships may be required on some routes, Nixon told the JOC’s TPM Asia conference in Shenzhen that he remained unconvinced at the need for such large vessels and the lower slot cost benefits often given as justification.
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