Around the world, Transport & Logistics sees a gap in service it plans to fill; Costa Rica and Kenya provide examples. Meanwhile, early work on Culzean in the North Sea is a showcase in the skill set of Maersk's Energy division, where Maersk Drilling now offers virtual rig tours.
The pineapple express
One of Costa Rica’s largest pineapple exporters, Agricola Agromonte ships 130 containers of pineapples each week with the help of Maersk Line and is keen to break into new markets.
In a first for the drilling industry, Maersk Drilling has teamed up with Danish tech start-up Kanda to create a virtual reality rig, allowing customers to take a tour without ever leaving the boardroom.
With the help of digital industry giant General Electric, data from a large number of sophisticated sensors on a drilling rig are now being processed and analysed online. The objective: To increase drilling productivity and reduce maintenance costs significantly.
Solar energy is on course to meet 20% of global energy needs by 2027 and Chinese producers dominate the industry. Trina Solar is the world’s no. 1 in deployed capacity and in a recent tender, Maersk Line was awarded 50% of the Chinese company’s volumes.
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