The current transformation of Maersk from conglomerate to pure transport group is often described as historic. However, the company has done it before – transforming itself in ways which were more far-reaching, according to Maersk’s own historian.
In the world’s largest maritime pilot of its kind, A.P. Moller - Maersk and a group of global companies in the Dutch Sustainable Growth Coalition will test the long-distance viability of biofuel, taking a tangible step towards the decarbonisation of shipping.
On 10th December 2018, Maersk takes responsible ship recycling further by sharing its approach on the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative (SRTI), an online platform where shipowners can report information on ship recycling against predefined disclosure criteria.
India’s containerised export trade with the world grew a healthy 10% in the third quarter of 2018 (Q3) due to broad- based recovery in the manufacturing sector, globally buoyed by a surge in demand from end-user industries.
Following our announcement about combining Maersk’s products and Damco’s supply chain services as Maersk Products and Services earlier this year, we are excited to update you about our new digital offering.
With today’s comprehensive supply chain patterns, transportation of cargo isn’t limited to its journey to or from the port but requires reliable solutions to move it further inland, closer to customers’ production facilities, warehouses, distribution centres or shops.