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MOL’s Asia outbound capacity slips 4%
By Rob King on 28 June 2016
   BlueWater Reporting’s Carrier Trade Route Splits Report illustrated MOL’s estimated weekly allocated capacity from Asia to all outbound trades combined fell 4 percent year-over-year in May 2016 to 49,984 TEUs.
   This chart displays MOL’s estimated weekly allocated capacity on Asia outbound trades in May 2015 and May 2016, based off data from BlueWater Reporting’s Carrier Trade Route Splits Report.
   Overall, the Japanese carrier’s estimated weekly allocated capacity from Asia to all outbound trades combined fell 4 percent year-over-year in May 2016 to 49,984 TEUs.
   MOL no longer allocates capacity from Asia to the East Coast of South America, while in June 2015, its estimated weekly allocated capacity on the trade totaled 4,727 TEUs.
   Significant increases on the Asia to Mediterranean and Asia to Indian Subcontinent trades were offset by notable decreases on trades to North America, North Europe, Africa and the previously mentioned East Coast of South America region.