Based on existing fleet and orderbook 
TEU capacity available on board operated ships. 
All figures are consolidated. 

Consolidated subsidiaries 

APM-Maersk includes Maersk Line, Hamburg Sud (incl. Alianca and CCNI), Safmarine, MCC-Transport and Seago Line  
MSC includes WEC Lines 
CMA CGM Group includes CMA CGM, APL, ANL, Cheng Lie Navigation Co, Feeder Associate System, Cagema, MacAndrews, Mercosul Line, CoMaNav and SoFraNa 
COSCO Shipping Co Ltd (formerly known as COSCO Container Lines) integrates the former CSCL-operated fleet (with affiliates Shanghai Puhai Shipping Co (SPS) and Golden Sea Shipping (GSS)) and includes Shanghai Pan Asia Shipping 
Evergreen Line includes Evergreen Marine Corporation (EMC), Evergreen Marine (UK) Ltd, Evergreen Marine (HK) Ltd and Italia Marittima 
Hapag-Lloyd integrates the previous UASC fleet 
Zim (ZISS) includes Gold Star Line 
PIL (Pacific International Lines) includes Advance Container Line (ACL), Pacific Direct Line (PDL) and Mariana Express Lines Ltd (MELL)
IRISL Group includes IRISL, HDS Lines, Valfajre Eight Shg Co and Khazar Shipping Co 
Crowley Liner Services includes former Seafreight fleet 
X-Press Feeders Group includes Sea Consortium, X-Press Container Line and Rederi TransAtlantic 
Transworld Group includes Balaji Shipping and Shreyas Shipping 
Transworld Group Singapore includes OEL (Pte) Ltd and BLPL Singapore Pte Ltd 
Grimaldi (Napoli) includes Atlantic Container Line (ACL) and Finnlines 
Swire Shipping includes China Navigation Co, Polynesia Line and Pacifica Shipping 
DAL (Deutsche Afrika Linien) includes UAFL (United Africa Feeder Line) 
Unifeeder includes Unimed Feeder Services (UFS) 
Containerships OY includes former Contaz Line 
Borchard Lines includes Gracechurch Lines 
Peel Ports includes BG Freight and Coastal C.L. 
Boluda Lines includes Paraguay affiliate Naviera del Mercosur 
Grupo Sousa includes Portusline Containers International (PCI), Empresa de Navegacao Madeirense (ENM) and Boxlines International 
Vinalines includes associated company Bien Dong Shipping 

Fleet Data : Alphaliner

How to read the graph?
 > The percentage shown on the left of each bar represents the operators share of the world liner fleet in TEU terms.
> The light coloured bar on the right represents the current orderbook (firm orders). 

How is the Top 100 computed?