Asia's rise as an economic power has made it the most dynamic region in the world. Maersk Group is active across the continent, operating 10 business units. From China to Kazakhstan, Qatar, India and Vietnam, Maersk supports wealth through long-term investments and the transfer of critical knowledge to local workforces.
Discover how we push boundaries and take responsibility in Asia.
With Chinese consumption on the rise, imported food is in high demand. New Zealand meat and dairy exporter have seen volumes climb sharply.
From producing goods for foreign brands, Chinese manufacturers are now increasingly producing for their own and taking them global.
Whether it’s partnering with local businesses to go global, or improving the supply chain of foreign multinational companies in China, Maersk’s activities in the country have impacted its economy and competitiveness.
New Zealand, despite its distance from world markets, is tapping into the rapidly growing demand for high-protein foods in China, thanks to supply chain efficiencies and reefer technology.
Every year thousands of Africans go to China to shop. They purchase so much that it takes containers to bring the goods back home, and fellow Africans have set up shops in China to help facilitate the trade.
Looking for new growth in India? It may be time to look beyond the huge metropolitan areas of Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai to lesser-known cities such as Nashik, Nagpur and Chandigarh.
As India seeks to bounce back to the annual growth rates of close to 8% that the country enjoyed until recently, expectations are increasingly linked to the vast hinterland.
Being a multi-port, Pipavav is an outlier in the APM Terminals’ world of container terminals. After tough beginnings, the port has not only turned profitable; it recently emerged as a billion-dollar company.
With offices in over 130 countries, Maersk has the scope to help you achieve even your most ambitious career goals. Discover new career opportunities in your local area or wherever you choose in the world.
Arjun Maharaj did not know Maersk when he joined the company. Today, he is the picture of the company, raring to take on the role of Sri Lanka country manager.
Maersk employees work across our offices in India. Anually we recruit 150–200 cadets.
February 2014, Ngoc Nguyen boarded Thomas Maersk as captain for the first time. 34 years earlier he and his family were rescued in the South Chinese Sea by a Maersk Line vessel.
The automobile industry is the picture and paradox of globalisation. Its complex supply chains cry for centralisation, but the industry is local by necessity.
With a new direct service between China and Myanmar established by MCC Transport and Maersk Line, as well as the country’s first state-of-the-art storage facility by Damco, the Group’s presence in this emerging market is boosted.
By forging strong relationships with loyal customers, Maersk Line and MCC Transport carry the bulk of Malaysia’s rubber glove exports, which comprise over 60% of global volume and facilitate the delivery of a simple but vital medical product worldwide.
Your cup of freshly brewed coffee every morning may have travelled from plantations in Indonesia, a leading global coffee exporter that is hoping to further increase volumes.
Indonesia wants to develop its furniture industry to rival that of China and Vietnam’s, by increasing exports worldwide. In this picture sits Maersk Line facilitating Indonesia’s furniture exports.
APM Terminals is investing USD 750 million to turn Callao, Peru into a world-class multi-purpose port. By involving the community and employees in the process, it has created a shared feeling of responsibility that it expects will make it a long-term success.
In the year 2000, the local grape farm of the dry, Peruvian town El Pedregal, began shipping grapes across the globe.
Adapting to the market. From 2011 to 2013, the total volume of coffee shipped by Maersk Line from Indonesia increased almost fourfold.
Oil has helped Angola’s economy to boom, but the country is keen to diversify its economy and is therefore moving from importing manufactured goods to importing raw materials and machinery. Maersk Line’s service is helping small Angolan manufacturing companies, like hygienic products maker SICIE, receive the raw materials they need to make a successful business.
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