During the third quarter A.P. Moller - Maersk improved profitability across the business and delivered strong free cash flow, despite the negative impact on global economies from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to expected port closures and slow volumes pick-up following Christmas and New Year Holiday, we have decided to adjust capacity to forecasted demand by blanking our TA5 service week 52 departure from the Mediterranean.
As partners, we share a common goal which is to safeguard the health of our employees and guests. We will continue to process your business via e-commerce platforms to limit the face to face transactions.
We are pleased to inform you of a change within our Canadian intermodal network. With higher volumes continuing to move into western gateways and winter months approaching, we will be shifting service between Vancouver ports and the inland points of Montreal and Toronto to rail via the Canadian Pacific Railway.
In our constant endeavor to ensure ease of business for our customers, we would like to share with you that you can now check basic details of your import shipments on Maersk website without logging in.
The change will be relevant to a limited number of specific companies/entities who have not complied with financial terms and conditions agreed with us and as result of which Maersk chooses to discontinue doing business with.
We are taking a significant step towards offering a more seamless experience across your supply chain with key changes: Safmarine will be integrated into the Maersk brand and Damco’s Air freight and Less than Container Load (LCL) products will be integrated into the Maersk logistics and services portfolio.