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2M alliance between Maersk and MSC to discontinue in January 2025

Jan 25, 2023

We are writing to inform you that following a thorough evaluation process, Maersk and MSC have mutually agreed to discontinue the 2M alliance, set to end in January 2025.

At Maersk, we are dedicated to improving our customers’ logistical networks and accessibility. We believe we will more efficiently deliver on the evolving needs of customers, such as the importance of reliability, flexibility, and sustainability in all aspects of logistics. We will seek to minimise any disruptions to the 2M network leading up to termination in 2025.

MSC has been a valuable partner and we look forward to a continued strong collaboration throughout the remainder of the agreement period.

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