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South Korea’s second largest shipping line seems to be turning a corner in its debt restructuring of late, and has now set its sights on joining the leading vessel sharing agreement by capacity on the major east-west trades.
A combination of Hanjin Shipping and Hyundai Merchant Marine, the two largest ocean shipping companies in South Korea, could, at least for the time being, rank as the fifth largest container carrier worldwide, but they have few ships on order.