Scandlines retaliates against ministry in new report

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Scandlines, which is owned by equity fund 3i, hits back at the Danish Ministry of Transport in a case concerning a leaked report. The carrier has ordered its own analysis which casts doubts on the conclusions in the original report, adding another chapter to the protracted conflict between Scandlines and the state.

Maersk Line eyes opportunities following Cuba thaw

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Improved relations between the US and Cuba after decades with an icy relationship between the two countries provide opportunities for container carriers. Import to the country will grow when the embargo is lifted, and Maersk Like will position itself to reap the benefits.

Maersk conglomerate began to impede its business units

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While now-departing Group CEO Nils Smedegaard Andersen has maintained support for the group's conglomerate structure, there are several current examples of this structure having a negative impact on Maersk. For instance, the structure allegedly derailed the acquisition of APL, ShippingWatch has learned. Our series "The new Maersk" begins here.

New Job

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Søren Skou
New title: Group CEO
New employer: A.P. Moeller-Maersk (01.07.16)

Maite Bolivar Klarup
New title: General Manager, Singapore
New employer: Bimco

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Esben Poulsson
New title: Chairman
New employer: International Chamber of Shipping

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Michael Elwert
New title: CEO
New employer: Elektrans (01.04.16)