Customers and society at large are showing a growing appetite for integrated transport and logistics solutions amid the pandemic, with Maersk teams finding new ways to move global trade and critical supplies.
Performance Team brings expert knowledge and capabilities in warehousing and distribution that will propel Maersk’s inland logistics presence in North America to the next level and serve the rapidly evolving needs of U.S. retailers.
For over three years, Mattia Villardita at APM Terminals Vado Ligure in Italy has been impersonating his favourite superhero and paying young hospital patients uplifting visits. During the recent lockdown, his activity moved online, but his engagement and passion never changed a bit.
Maersk’s Asia-Northern Europe ocean-rail service, previously offered on monthly basis in west-bound direction only, will now be provided fortnightly both export from Asia to Europe and return from Europe to Asia.
In January 2020, more than 20 tons of Hass Avocados in a Maersk Reefer container travelled for the first time in Colombian history from the avocado farms in La Dorada, Colombia to the port in Rotterdam, Netherlands in a new way- they took the train.
To address a vital need in global trade, A.P. Moller - Maersk is developing an integrated cold chain offering that will reduce food waste, minimise complexity for customers and put the business in an even stronger position to tap into the high-growth market for perishable goods.
The aim of the transformation of A.P. Moller – Maersk is to set the company on a new profitable growth trajectory to maximise shareholder value, while delivering on our purpose of enabling cost competitive, simple and sustainable global trade.