Outside Denmark where the Maersk Group headquarters are located, Maersk Group activities are widespread throughout Europe. There is a hub in the Netherlands, where you can find the headquarters of APM Terminals in The Hague, and extensive activities, too in the U.K., Norway and Belgium.
The presence of an international conglomerate has a significant influence on a country of 5.6 million people. Maersk went on a journey around the country, talking to Danish businesses and people directly or indirectly affected by the company’s presence.
Scratch the surface at many Danish ports, universities and companies and Maersk’s hidden footprint might just emerge.
Maersk Group's contribution to Denmark's total GDP (46bn DKK).
GreenOil worked with Maersk Line to develop an oil filter, which after proving its worth is being installed on the Triple-E vessels. Sheep’s wool is now poised for commercial success.
APM Terminals’ fully automated container terminal, Maasvlakte II, is coming alive – with robots. The automation is one of the reasons why it will be one of the most productive terminals in the world, yet still emission neutral.
It’s just a large green button and a touchscreen, but APM Terminals expects the ‘Auto Truck Handling’ feature at its Maasvlakte II terminal to turn an inherently dangerous part of the terminal into a safe place to work.
From computer-simulated design trials to fully automated cranes that learn and communicate, APM Terminals’ new container terminal in Maasvlakte II in the Port of Rotterdam is being built and operated with data.
Below the choppy waters of the Danish North Sea, teams of divers are working hard to keep Maersk Oil’s production facilities in top condition. It is a demanding job but one that is vital for ensuring the integrity of the assets to continue production for decades.
New innovations in seismic data gathering led to a major breakthrough in Maersk Oil’s Culzean field in the North Sea. But operating in the North Sea is technically challenging, and with the reservoir located 4,300 metres below sea level, Culzean presents unique dangers related to high pressures and extreme temperatures.
A new research centre was opened at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), with support from a DKK 1 billion investment by Maersk Oil and its partners in the Danish Underground Consortium, to look at ways of extracting more hydrocarbons from the Danish North Sea.
The largest rigs in the world are designed for year round operation in the North Sea and all four already have long-term contracts.
Turkey’s economy is making a strong comeback, and analysts are forecasting continued market growth for years to come. In the last decade the Turkish economy has seen 5% average annual real GDP growth. Trade figures are even more impressive.
Two BBC film crews have visited Maersk Oil’s Gryphon production site in the North Sea, highlighting the important reserves of hydrocarbons in the area and the business’s expertise in extracting it safely.
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The Culzean is a giant gas field almost equidistant between Denmark and the UK, capable of producing up to 5% of the UK’s domestic needs.
Maersk Drilling is right on target with its ambitious recruitment plan, which aims to bring in qualified staff for its expanding fleet. New recruits say they welcome the company’s values and attitudes towards both employees and customers.
In recent years, 3D printing technology has developed to allow printing in plastic and metal. This could be set to revolutionise the supply chain in Maersk Tankers.
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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