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Maersk Group

The Maersk Group is a worldwide conglomerate and operates in some 130 countries with a workforce of over 89,000 employees. In addition to owning one of the world’s largest shipping companies, Maersk is involved in a wide range of activities in the shipping, logistics, and the oil and gas industries. Maersk's five core businesses can be found below.
Maersk Line, APM Terminals, Svitzer, Maersk Tankers, Maersk Supply Service, DAMCO, Maersk Drilling, Maersk Oil

Maersk will now be printing spare parts on board its vessels

Maersk and J. Lauritzen are now looking to really crack the 3D market, and with a new project including several prominent players, carriers are starting to print spare parts on board vessels and rigs. The technology is ready for the maritime sector, the partners say.

A.P. Moeller-Maersk expands its Executive Board

The A.P. Moeller-Maersk Board of Directors has decided to add three more members to its Executive Board, all three of which are well-known figures at the group. The board will henceforth consists of six members.

EU has no overview of North Korean forced labor

North Korean employees working as forced labor have likely worked on vessels for Maersk and the Danish defence. However, nobody knows exactly how many North Koreans are working in Europe, the EU's foreign affairs representative tells Danish MEP Jeppe Kofod.

Maersk will push for action in climate debate

Major industry players such as Maersk, MAN, and Hapag-Lloyd are trying to push for stricter climate targets at a meeting on CO2 reductions in Bonn today – part of the current COP23 negotiations. It is necessary to negotiate outside the IMO, say the organizers.

Maersk expects solution for Drilling within next year

Unemployed rigs and the decision to hand off the drilling division have resulted in a major impairment for Maersk Group. The group states that "a structural solution for Maersk Supply Service, remains to be defined" within the next 12 months. Meanwhile, Maersk Oil saw its result roar ahead in this year's third quarter.

APM Terminals hit by massive impairments again

APM Terminals was once again forced to book massive impairments on its portfolio, which is the main reason why the vital company in the group's Transport & Logistics unit suffered a deficit of USD 267 million in the third quarter.

A single unknown number will form Maersk's Q3 report

Maersk is headed in the right direction. This is true in terms of the financials as well as the complicated process of shaping the future Transport & Logistics business, according to analysts who plan to keep an eye on one figure in particular in next week's interim report.

Maersk: Market for cyber insurance is unripe

The market for cyber insurances is new and plagued by immaturity, says Maersk, which has been hit by hacker attacks in the past. Insurance broker agrees with the Danish transport company.

Rivals fear Maersk supremacy in new digital era

Maersk is leading the charge in the impending digital revolution which is aimed at saving the shipping industry billions of dollars. However, many people fear that Denmark's shipping behemoth is building a lucrative monopoly.

Maersk has now scrapped six ships in India

Maersk Group has now sent six vessels to be scrapped in the coastal area of Alang in India. The first two vessels arrived last year, while more vessels from the Sealand series have arrived this year.

Maersk: Scrubbers are costly and allow for cheating

Maersk sees many good reasons for not using scrubbers as the way to comply with the approaching global sulfur directive. Poor economy and a risk of cheating are just two such reasons, says Marc Refsø Holm, Leader of the US Fuel Desk at Maersk Oil Trading.

"It's very difficult for us to resolve this issue"

Poland carries most of the responsibility for ensuring that North Korean labor is not used at the country's shipyards, says Secretary General Christophe Tytgat of Sea Europe. MEPs addressed the issue last year.

Rowan said to be in talks to acquire Maersk Drilling

Houston-based oilfield services company Rowan Cos. is allegedly in talks to acquire the Maersk Group's drilling business. Maersk Drilling has also attracted attention from other offshore drilling companies, sources say.

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