Maersk Post #3 2017, September 2017

Working closer together

One company with many brands is stronger together. A.P. Moller - Maersk has the ambition to create an integrated container, logistics and ports business that can deliver profitable growth, improved products and a better customer experience. This theme presents examples of how strong brands can work closely together.

It takes two to tango

After some turbulent years, Maersk Line and APM Terminals have found a new way to collaborate at the Port of Salalah. Today, increased volumes from Maersk Line and better productivity at the port drive a healthy partnership – seeing both parties emerge as winners and the Port of Salalah attract other carriers as well.

The nerve centres

What does a Triple-E need when she comes into port? Maersk Line and APM Terminals are working together to increase efficiency in seven transshipment hub ports, the nerve centres of global trade which connect large volume lanes with regional and local spokes that can’t be served by bigger vessels.

Back in business on the silk route

A nuclear deal with Iran has paved the way for Maersk Line to re-start its business in a country viewed by many as the world’s biggest potential market. However, doing business in one of the world’s most highly sanctioned countries comes with many challenges, not least compliance with foreign trade controls.

A leading light

Maersk Line is supporting Philips Lighting in its mission of making the planet more sustainable through a pact to lower the carbon footprint of its supply chain.