Anders Hald, CEO, Maersk Broker. PR-foto: Maersk Broker

Maersk Broker's profit down 72 percent


As expected, 2016 brought a decline on the bottom line for the Maersk family's shipbroker. The annual report showed a profit reduction of 72 percent. The company expects a higher result in 2017.

Published 06.06.17 at 15:37

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