Which it feeds into defining the future growth is one of Maersk Group’s priorities for this year and in this theme you can read about some of the ideas that are bringing benefits across the business.
Tracking the clues
A new research centre in Denmark is looking at ways to extract more oil from the North Sea. By focusing research work to achieve a clear business benefit, it aims to improve the recovery from a basin that still has plenty of potential.
In a handful of critical ‘hub’ ports where delays can impact reliability across Maersk Line’s entire vessel network, an unconventional partnership with APM Terminals is delivering big benefits to both companies.
Maersk Drilling’s newly built hardware has hit the ground running, delivering consistent operations from the start. It achieved this with features such as more automation and carefully planned hiring, and customers are welcoming the performance.
Given a second chance, the Matanuska banana farm in Mozambique jumped at it. In less than five years, technology and vessel service has boosted an up-and-coming farm, turning it into a banana exporting engine ready to enter new markets.
Business objectives have been met and the company is looking towards new goals. The launch of Sealand has been a success. Also, employees, such as Yenia Abadia in Colombia, have been enabled to pursue leadership roles.
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