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In the 1990s, following the challenges imposed by globalisation, the liner shipping industry experienced profound changes, leading major carriers to create ad-hoc logistics business-units. Nevertheless the vertical integration of shipping lines along the transport chain faced important entry barriers in various regions.This paper aims at analysing the impact of such barriers on carriers' pathways of expansion in the logistics business. It mainly focuses on the East-Asian market, as a relevantdoi:10.24006/jilt.2006.4.1.113 fatcat:ros3wsh76vbsdofxbv6ojslehq