P3 Alliance Transit Time Analysis
Who benefits from the merged service network?
Given the strategic advantages of the P3 Alliance partner carriers Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co and CMA CGM’s extensive hub and spoke networks, the proposed P3 Alliance service network, still awaiting regulatory approval from the United States, Europe and China, should theoretically be able to provide the best of all three carriers in terms of service and transit times, but will this actually be the case?
A new report from the BlueWater Reporting Research team takes a detailed look at the sailing transit times between key ports on the proposed P3 Alliance services as well as current available transit times for the three major east west trades: Asia-Europe/Med, Transpacific and Transatlantic.
Does the proposed P3 service network improve upon transit times on existing P3 member dominated services? Do the transit times of the proposed P3 surpass those of services dominated by competing lines? Do they fall behind? Finally, which ports stand to gain a competitive advantage based on these changes?
The P3 Transit Time Analysis does more than simply answer these questions, however, as it includes pivot tables sent within Excel workbook, containing all of the source data transit times for the proposed P3 services, current existing P3 member carrier services and competitor services, giving readers an unrivaled level of access and insight into the data itself.
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