5980974 - 30_04_2007 - Datteren Ane Uggla tager over efter Mærsk - FLARUP MORTEN.jpg
Photo: Morten Flarup

Ane Uggla elected chairman of the Moller Foundation

Migrated Articles:

As expected, Ane Maersk Mc-Kinney Uggla was elected as the new chairman of the Moller Foundation on Wednesday, according to a Moller Foundation press release

Published 25.04.12 at 15:34

Log in to read articles

Some of our content is exclusively for subscribers.

Try ShippingWatch free for 14 days

Get 14 days free trial access

Sign up for ShippingWatch newsletter
Most read Migrated Articles

Shipping’s five biggest changes

Laem_161.JPG Migrated Articles:

A shipping cycle downturn, the cost of fuel for ships, geopolitical change, the regulatory challenge and the information revolution are the five factors which will change shipping in the years to come,” Clarkson’s President for Research states.

Empty containers cost Maersk Line USD 1 billion a year

Migrated Articles:

The imbalance between the global markets forces Maersk Line to sail around with 4 million empty containers a year, and there is no immediate solution to the problem, says the shipping company to ShippingWatch.

Drewry: Container freight rates lose steam

Migrated Articles:

According to the latest report from Drewry, Drewry Logistics Executive Briefing for importers and exporters, general rates increases are slowly coming to an end as carriers come under pressure. However, Drewry warns that customers on transpacific routes must expect Peak Season Surcharges.

Maersk Group CEO’s transparency strategy is a success

Migrated Articles:

Transparency has become a plus word at the Maersk headquarters since Nils Smedegaard was brought in to join Maersk. Among other missions, Smedegaard was tasked with modernizing the image of the company. He has been very successful in doing so, states Associate Professor Martin Jes Iversen of Copenhagen Business School.

Norwegian offshore has 11,300 available jobs right now

Migrated Articles:

The shortage of engineers in Denmark and Norway is a well-known fact. But the Norwegian offshore industry has thousands of positions in other areas that need to be filled. See the list below:

New Zealand alarmed by Maersk Line reefer jump

Migrated Articles:

Reefer country New Zealand is “alarmed” by Maersk Line’s announced rate increase on reefer containers by as much as 30 percent, starting on January 1st 2013. Other shipowners will follow the lead.

Current front page

Maersk Line to pay EUR 3.7 bln for Hamburg Süd

hamburgsud4.jpg Container:

Maersk Line will pay EUR 3.7 billion for German container carrier Hamburg Süd. The boards of directors at the two companies have now cleared the transaction, which is expected completed in late 2017.

Aker BP drills its way to impressive result


Last year's merger of Det Norske and BP seems to have paid off. The resulting company, Aker BP, is now raking it in.

OOCL grew its volumes in the first quarter


Orient Overseas Container Line, OOCL, carried more containers in the first quarter, but the prices have been somewhat under pressure since the beginning of the year.

US shale boom puts pressure on the entire industry


US shale oil is now being produced at such a rate that it could threaten the stability currently enjoyed by the sector, projects Rystad Energy. One of the major suppliers of offshore rigs, shipbuilder Keppel, does not see a recovery anytime soon.

Japan's three major container carriers believe in 2017 gains


The three major Japanese container carriers: MOL, NYK Line, and K-Line, which are poised for a merger, all have faith in advancements this year, as indicated in their annual reports published Friday morning.

Belgium's Exmar calls off purchase of Dutch gas fleet


Gas carrier Exmar went red in the first quarter in the weak LPG market where too many vessels are undermining an otherwise historically strong US gas export. The carrier has also called off negotiations to acquire a Dutch FSRU fleet.