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Maersk nabs head of communications from Danfoss

Mette Refshauge, part of the Danish company Danfoss for the past four and a half years, will instead join Maersk this August. She will take over as head of communications for the Transport & Logistics division.

APM Terminals ramt af oliepris og konsolidering

APM Terminals stod over for store udfordringer på nogle af selskabets vigtigste markeder i 2016. Overskuddet faldt for hele 2016, mens APM Terminals dog overrasker på driftsresultatet i fjerde kvartal.

Hundreds of directors form the future of Maersk

Over two days of this week, hundreds of managers from Maersk Transport & Logistics voiced their thoughts on the future of Maersk at a seminar in Copenhagen. It involved talking strategies and growth goals for the new Maersk. Two management teams in particular are critical to the outcome.

Jefferies praises new Maersk strategy

Investment bank Jefferies believes that Maersk Group's new strategy will create more value for shareholders. There are good opportunities for synergies in the transport division, while future divestments of the energy companies could free up billions of dollars, according to the bank.

Final farewell to Maersk Energy is now underway

Maersk Group will scale down investments in its energy units ahead of ultimately selling the businesses, says Søren Skou at the group's Capital Markets Day on Tuesday. The money spent will mainly go to Maersk Oil.

Media: What Maersk will announce at Capital Markets Day

On Dec. 13 when Maersk Group presents more details in the conglomerate's new strategy at its Capital Markets Day, topics at the top of the agenda will include transport, digitalization, and the divestment of Maersk Oil, reports Danish media Berlingske.

Moody's ponders Maersk rating downgrade

The Maersk senior management team's decision to split the group in two is now making credit rating bureau Moody's question the conglomerate's debt situation. This will "likely" result in a downgrade, as significant parts of the oil income will no longer help bolster the transport division.

Søren Skou kicks off with aggressive Maersk Line strategy

With the group split announced on Thursday, Maersk Line will launch a significantly more aggressive strategy on the world seas. "We will take conquer market shares every year," says Group CEO Søren Skou. Clarksons Platou points to massive gains following the split.

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