List of largest container shipping companies

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Largest container shipping companies[edit]

This is a list of the world's top 30 container shipping companies ranked in order of the twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) capacity of their fleet according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development as of 1 June 2018. The stated number of container ships includes both company owned and chartered vessels.[1]

Company Headquarters Ships Total
TEU
Average
TEU
Market
share
Container image
Maersk Line  Denmark 700 3,879,439 5,542 15.3%
Maersk shipping container.jpeg
Mediterranean Shipping Company   Switzerland 473 3,118,108 6,592 12.3%
MSC 40 foot container
CMA-CGM  France 476 2,554,264 5,366 10.1%
CMA CGM shipping container.jpeg
China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company  China 330 1,972,491 5,977 7.8%
COSCO container.jpeg
Hapag-Lloyd  Germany 217 1,550,874 7,147 6.1%
Hapag-Lloyd shipping container.jpeg
Ocean Network Express  Japan 228 1,536,312 6,738 6.1%
Evergreen  Taiwan 200 1,110,708 5,554 4.4%
EVERGREEN container.jpeg
Orient Overseas Container Line  Hong Kong 99 689,986 6,970 2.7%
OOCL container.jpeg
Yang Ming  Taiwan 100 609,749 6,097 2.4%
Yang Ming container.jpeg
Pacific International Lines  Singapore 132 413,334 3,131 1.6%
Container 【 22G1 】 PCIU 212799(3) 【 Container pictures taken in Japan 】.jpg
Zim Integrated Shipping Services  Israel 83 398,926 4,806 1.6%
Zim container.jpeg
Hyundai Merchant Marine  South Korea 65 382,144 5,879 1.5%
Hyundai container.jpeg
Wan Hai Lines  Taiwan 100 255,082 2,551 1.0%
Container WAN HAI 01.jpg
X-Press Feeders  Singapore 89 126,715 1,424 0.5%
Republic of Korea Marine Transport Company  South Korea 57 124,460 2,184 0.5%
Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines  Iran 28 102,518 3,661 0.4%
Container 【 2210 】 IRSU 218877(4)---No,2 【 Pictures taken in Japan 】.jpg
Shandong International Transportation Corporation [zh]  Hong Kong 67 94,669 1,413 0.4%
Container 【 22G1 】 SITU 290848(4)---No,1 【 Pictures taken in Japan 】.jpg
SM Line  South Korea 20 78,318 3,916 0.3%
Arkas Container Transport  Turkey 44 75,276 1,711 0.3%
TS Lines  Hong Kong 33 73,512 2,228 0.3%
Transworld Group  United Arab Emirates 33 60,461 1,832 0.2%
Feedertech Shipping  Singapore 17 56,462 3,321 0.2%
Grimaldi Group  Italy 48 51,453 1,072 0.2%
Quanzhou Ansheng Shipping Company  China 20 50,820 2,541 0.2%
Regional Container Lines  Thailand 27 45,988 1,703 0.2%
Unifeeder  Denmark 39 43,413 1,113 0.2%
China Navigation Company  Singapore 25 42,731 1,709 0.2%
Grieg Star  Norway 27 41,846 1,550 0.2%
Sinotrans  China 26 41,241 1,586 0.2%
Sinokor Merchant Marine  South Korea 30 40,283 1,343 0.2%

Largest container leasing companies[edit]

This is a list of the world's top 10 container leasing companies ranked in order of the twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) capacity of their fleet as at 31 December 2014. The data have been consolidated to reflect the subsequent merger of Triton Container and TAL International in 2016, and HNA / Bohai Group's 2015 acquisitions of Seaco and Cronos Group.[2]

Leasing company Capacity Market share Image
Triton Container / TAL International 4,550,000 25.2% Triton container.jpg
Textainer Group 3,230,000 17.9% Textainer container.jpeg
HNA / Bohai Group 2,177,500 12.1% Seaco container.jpg

Cronos contianer.jpg

Florens Container Leasing 1,895,000 10.5% Florens container.jpg
SeaCube Container Leasing 1,237,500 6.9% SeaCube Container.jpg
CAI International 1,165,000 6.5% CAI container.jpg
Dong Fang International 755,000 4.2% Dong Feng container.jpg
Beacon Intermodal Leasing 660,000 3.7% Beacon container.jpg
Touax Container Solutions 630,000 3.5%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Review of Maritime Transport 2018" (PDF). United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. 2018. p. 116. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  2. ^ Bert van Leeuwen (Jun 2016). "Intermodal Container Leasing". World Leasing Yearbook. Retrieved 16 April 2018.

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