List of container shipping companies by ship fleets and containers

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World’s top 50 liner shipping companies[edit]

This list provides details of the world's top 50 liner shipping companies ranked in order of the twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) capacity of their fleet (as of 1 May 2017). The stated number of container ships includes both company owned and chartered vessels.[1]

Company Number of ships Capacity Market share Average vessel size Container logo
Maersk Line 786 4,100,871 18.0% 5,217
Maersk shipping container.jpeg
Mediterranean Shipping Company 471 2,935,464 14.6% 6,232
MSC 40 foot container
CMA-CGM 509 2,220,474 11.1% 4362
CMA CGM shipping container.jpeg
China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company 1114 1,603,341 8.0% 1439
COSCO container.jpeg
Hapag-Lloyd 219 1,038,483 5.2% 4741
Hapag-Lloyd shipping container.jpeg
Evergreen 186 995,147 5.0% 5,350
EVERGREEN container.jpeg
Orient Overseas Container Line 107 666,558 3.3% 6,230
OOCL container.jpeg
Hamburg Süd 116 594,008 3.0% 5,121
Hamburg Süd container
Yang Ming 100 588,389 2.9% 5,884
Yang Ming container.jpeg
United Arab Shipping Company 56 546,220 2.7% 9,754
Container 【 22G1 】 UACU 334504(5) 【 Pictures taken in Japan 】.jpg
Nippon Yusen Kaisha 97 538,754 2.7% 5,554
NYK LINE container.jpeg
Mitsui Osaka Shosen Kaisha Lines 82 515,880 2.6% 6,291
MOL container logo
Hyundai Merchant Marine 69 458,247 2.3% 6,641
Hyundai container.jpeg
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Limited – K Line 64 363,019 1.8% 5,672
K Line container.jpeg
Pacific International Lines 132 361,752 1.8% 2,741
Container 【 22G1 】 PCIU 212799(3) 【 Container pictures taken in Japan 】.jpg
Zim Integrated Shipping Services 69 307,934 1.5% 4,463
Zim container.jpeg
Wan Hai Lines 96 248,880 1.2% 2,593
Container WAN HAI 01.jpg
X-Press Feeders 92 145,454 0.7% 1,581
Republic of Korea Marine Transport Company 72 140,365 0.7% 1,950
Shandong International Transportation Corporation [zh] 75 100,195 0.5% 1,336
Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines 26 89,374 0.4% 3,437
Arkas Container Transport 48 86,157 0.4% 1,795
TS Lines 38 74,188 0.4% 1,952
Simatech Shipping 25 70,602 0.4% 2,824
Sinokor Merchant Marine 42 59,533 0.3% 1,417
Transworld Group of Companies 33 57,588 0.3% 1,745
Emirates Shipping Line 9 48,450 0.2% 5,383
Regional Container Lines 24 47,782 0.2% 1,991
China Merchants Group 34 46,181 0.2% 1,358
Unifeeder 40 43,914 0.2% 1,098
Heung-A Shipping 34 41,959 0.2% 1,234
SM Line 11 41,406 0.2% 3,764
Nile Dutch 11 40,957 0.2% 3,723
Matson 19 39,806 0.2% 2,095
Quanzhou Ansheng Shipping Company 12 37,261 0.2% 3,105
Zhonggu Shipping 11 35,933 0.2% 3,267
Samudera Indonesia [id] 26 32,038 0.2% 1,232
Salam Pacific Indonesia Lines 31 29,576 0.1% 954
Seaboard Marine 19 28,175 0.1% 1,483
Temas Line 33 25,671 0.1% 778
Namsung Shipping Company 26 24,900 0.1% 958
Meratus Line 27 23,795 0.1% 881
Tanto Intim Line 35 23,094 0.1% 660
Shipping Corporation of India 5 20,648 0.1% 4,130
Swire Group 13 20,318 0.1% 1,563
National Transport and Overseas Services Company 14 18,622 0.1% 1,330
Far Eastern Shipping Company 12 18,198 0.1% 1,517
W.E.C. Lines 19 17,979 0.1% 946
Log-in Logistica Intermodal 7 16,895 0.1% 2,414
Far Shipping 10 14,436 0.1% 1,444

World's top 10 international 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 2017" (PDF). United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. October 2017. p. 45. Retrieved 16 April 2018.
  2. ^ Bert van Leeuwen (Jun 2016). "Intermodal Container Leasing". World Leasing Yearbook. Retrieved 16 April 2018.

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