Maersk in Europe

Outside Denmark where A.P. Moller - Maersk headquarters are located, A.P. Moller - Maersk 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.

Maersk and the Danes

Hidden Footprint

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.

Sheep's wool – a big break for oil cleaning

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.

2,5% Maersk Group's contribution to Denmark's total GDP (46bn DKK). 

Building the perfect terminal

Robots starting to run things

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.

Push a button to save your life

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.

Building the perfect terminal

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.

Innovative solutions

Spare parts – just press print

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.

Sheep's wool – a big break for oil cleaning

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.