As cities grow and garbage is piling up, waste management has become one of the biggest issues that both urban and rural communities are facing today. Customer Service Manager Gabriel Vives shares how people are coming together to fight a growing, global problem.
In February 2018, two United Nations human rights experts invited A.P. Moller - Maersk to share our perspective on human rights in ship recycling including the sale in 2016 of the North Sea Producer, a vessel that was owned by a joint venture in which Maersk had a 50% shareholding
Ship recycling in India has been synonymous with poor working conditions and environmental risk. Then a few pioneers began investing in equipment and people, paving the way for first-mover Indian shipyard Shree Ram to win a contract to recycle two A.P. Moller - Maersk vessels. With help from the company's onsite team, Shree Ram is changing.
Noah’s train, the longest mobile artwork for climate protection, arrived at APM Terminals Maasvlakte II where one of the containers will soon be loaded on Laust Maersk and head off to the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Santiago de Chile.
The industry wants trust and transparency in supply chains. That is the simple conclusion as ocean carriers representing almost two thirds of global container freight are set to join the digital platform, TradeLens – a potential game changer in the digitisation of global trade.