HMM reports record first-quarter operating profit
South Korean carrier says supply chain disruptions, caused by congestion at ports, a shortage of vessel space and containers, and increased cargo demand, will not be solved in the short term
The company wants to add 120,000 teu of dry containers to alleviate the equipment shortage. More than one third of the boxes have already been delivered, with the remainder to be acquired by July
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