Customisable logistics solutions for freight forwarders

Design the perfect cargo journey for your customers.

Optimise customer logistics effortlessly

Whether your customers are regional or global, the process of finding the right solutions for their requirements is not simple. For every request, there are multiple solutions, but you want only the best for your customers.

With us, you get access to a global freight management network of customisable products and services to help you build that optimal solution. Our digitally enabled offerings also ensure swift execution and complete visibility throughout the journey.

Customisable Solutions for Global Freight Management

Our promise to you

Global transportation network
You can scale up your 'on the ground' coverage across multiple locations through our always-ready global multimodal transportation network of vessels, barges, trucks and rail.
Environmental Friendly
Commitment to sustainability
Sustainability is a strategic imperative for us. We have already reduced our relative CO2 emissions by 46%. Our next milestone is 60% reduction by 2030 and 100% by 2050. You can read more about it here.
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Innovative digital solutions
You can use our online services to book, manage and track freight instantly, from anywhere and at any time.
Please check our suite of e-solutions in this short guide.

At Drac Logistics, we see Maersk as a partner and feel that our strengths can complement each other. Our goal is to grow together

Alex Hayes
Director at Drac Logistics


Going digital – A turning point for trade

Adoption of digital processes has accelerated sharply in the past year. In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, more and more companies are seeing the value of digitalised supply chains.

To gain insights into what this holds for the future, read the article — 'Going Digital: A Turning-Point for Trade', produced by (E) BrandConnect, a commercial division of The Economist Group.

Going digital – A turning point for trade

Accelerated transformation through turbulence

According to a recent survey, as many as 42% of supply chain professionals report accelerating their digital transformation – a testament that companies now recognise the benefits of digitalised supply chains.

For more on the progress of digitalisation in the industry, take a look at the visual report — ‘Accelerated innovation: transformation through turbulence’, produced by (E) BrandConnect, a commercial division of The Economist Group.

Accelerated transformation through turbulence

The potential of data in global trade

The importance of data in logistics is continuously increasing with industry players recognising the power data holds over efficient movement of goods and strategic decision-making.

In a podcast, hear journalist John Basquill interview Jan Hoffmann, Chief, Trade Logistics Branch, UN Conference on Trade and Development, and Holly Landry, Chief Data Officer at Maersk, on how data is expected to elevate global logistics to the next level.

Logistics 4.0 and the rise of networked supply chain

Global trade is moving away from linear flows of information to a single network setup where everyone has a single version of truth. Logistics 4.0 seems to have the perfect mix of innovation and technology, but what does this all entail?

In this edition of our Transformation podcast, journalist John Basquill interviews Juanjo Ruiz, Global Head of Strategy and Operations at IBM and Lars Kastrup, Global Head of Sales for TradeLens at Maersk, for viewpoints on how digitalisation and other advanced technologies can transform the customer experience in shipping and logistics.

Solving global trade challenges with TradeLens

Exchange of information is one of the oldest challenges within the shipping industry where multiple touchpoints are critical.

Watch the executives from Maersk, MSC and CMA-CGM discuss the challenges facing the modern shipping industry and the role TradeLens is playing in transforming global trade.

Digital transformation to manage supply chain shocks

Companies are realising the true potential of technology in managing supply chain disruptions. As a result, many have accelerated their digital transformation initiatives.

To find out what this entails, listen to our latest podcast featuring Dr. Yossi Sheffi, Professor of Engineering Systems and Head of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, and Scott Horn, VP of the Logistics and Services Platform at Maersk.

Creating a culture of transformation

A culture that relentlessly pursues innovation acts as a catalyst for successful transformations.

To learn how companies can encourage the transformative mindset, listen to our podcast featuring Martin Reeves, Chairman at BCG Henderson Institute and Susana Elvira Meire, Chief People Officer at Maersk.

New horizons in supply chain management

Companies are shifting focus from just-in-time setups towards flexible models that are more resilient.

To find out the key trends driving such transformations, read our briefing paper — "New horizons in supply chain management" — produced by (E) BrandConnect, a commercial division of The Economist Group, where we have gathered insights from five industry leaders.

New horizons in supply chain management

Logistics in the age of autonomy

Automation has shown tremendous transformative potential in logistical value chains, but since it's still in its infancy there are uncertainties around implementation and maintenance. Which begs the question: what does the future hold for the global adoption of robotics and autonomous systems?

For answers, listen to our latest podcast — “Logistics in the age of autonomy”, produced by (E) BrandConnect, a commercial division of The Economist Group, featuring Gopal R, Global leader of supply chain and logistics practices at Frost & Sullivan and Jeppe Hoier, Partner at Maersk Growth.

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