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.
Providing customers with an efficient and reliable experience is essential for Maersk’s growth. Maersk Spot is offering transparent prices and loading guarantee while ensuring higher operational predictability and stronger commitments from customers.
For many of Maersk’s global customers, Tanjung Pelepas in Malaysia is considered a key strategic location for fast connections to Asian markets and a globally competitive hub point for exporting goods to the rest of the world.
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.