The world's largest classification bureau, DNV GL, plans to lay off around 1,000 due to the crisis in the oil and gas sector. The announcement comes in the wake of the company's annual report 2015, which showed a revenue of close to USD 3 billion.
BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND Published 12.05.16 at 15:31
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Shipbroker Lightship Chartering has been sentenced to pay a little over DKK 500,000 to a former partner who now works at Maersk Broker. Lightship has also been sentenced for an email sent by owner Morten Have to the management of Maersk Broker.
Dramatic development in the dispute between four former partners from the broker agency Lightship Chartering and the company's current owner Morten Have after accusations against one of the ex-partners for entering contracts which triggered huge claims against the company.
One of APM Terminals' largest investments, the acquisition of Spanish Grup Maritim TCB, has yet to bring in major gains. This is evident from the annual report for the Maersk family's investment company A.P. Møller Holding, which has had to cut its dividends in half after a tough year for the Maersk Group.
"We were too slow," says DFDS' VP of Communications, Gert Jakobsen, about the case in which the Danish carrier was accused of wage dumping earlier this year. Crisis management is just one of the purposes of communication in the maritime sphere.
The major Finnish supplier has established a new digital division. New people have been hired and 400 current employees from other divisions have been transferred to the division, which will focus in particular on cyber crime.
Since the first generation of larger container vessels hit the water in 2012, things have only gone one way for the number of weekly departures on major routes. SeaIntel has reviewed how many departures the major vessels have cut from their schedules.