New digital office in India

As an extension of its Global Service Centres, the new Capability Centre will support Maersk’s global digital transformation by tapping local talent and partnering with the industry ecosystem.

Soren Skou Bangalore
Guests applaud as Soren Skou cuts the ribbon at the new Capability Centre in Bangalore.
Bangalore Maersk site

Global Service Centres (GSC)

  • The Maersk Global Service Centres (GSC) is the official shared service centre of A.P. Moller - Maersk (APMM) and is located across six sites in China, India and the Philippines.
  • In Bangalore, the new centre is located at Bhartiya City on Thanisandra Main Road.

Maersk Global Service Centres inaugurated its new Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Bangalore, India on Friday.

The office is expected to employ over 200 professionals over the next year, including experts in software engineering, big data and data sciences, artificial intelligence and creative marketing capabilities to deliver customer insights and benefits.

“I am pleased to open this new Capability Center in Bangalore to support our global digital drive. India is already home to Maersk’s largest global service center operations employing over 8,000 professionals handling service delivery and business relationships. This is a natural expansion, and we look forward to working with the best talent in digital, engineering and marketing,” said Soren Skou, CEO AP Moller-Maersk in the inaugural ceremony.

Tapping India’s tech talent

Strategically located in India’s Silicon Valley, the centre will be a key enabler in Maersk’s digitalisation roadmap by tapping into new technologies and solutions to significantly improve the customer experience.

I am pleased to open this new Capability Center in Bangalore to support our global digital drive. This is a natural expansion, and we look forward to working with the best talent in digital, engineering and marketing.

Søren Skou, CEO of A.P. Moller - Maersk

Jakob Stausholm
Jakob Stausholm, Chief Finance, Strategy & Transformation Officer, Transport & Logistics Division, at the new Capability Centre in Bangalore.

“The Bangalore centre will take us further in our journey to digital innovation, improved customer experience and competitive solutions for the markets we serve,” explained Jakob Stausholm, Chief Finance, Strategy & Transformation Officer, Transport & Logistics Division.

“Bangalore has played a pioneering role towards incubating and enabling some of the best global-in-house centers, start-ups and product companies,” says Navneet Kapoor, Head of the Global Service Centres. “We are excited to leverage this unique ecosystem to invest in developing a world-class team and partner with the broader industry forums.”

Bangalore has played a pioneering role towards incubating and enabling some of the best global-in-house centers, start-ups and product companies, We are excited to leverage this unique ecosystem to invest in developing a world-class team and partner with the broader industry forums.

Navneet Kapoor, Head of the Global Service Centres