Drewry: Difficult to achieve strong ROIC on port investments

Maersk Group's port company APM Terminals is not alone in working hard to improve its return on invested capital. Drewry notes that this is a challenge for the port sector overall.

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Several of the major port and terminal operators are struggling to deliver a proper return on invested capital (ROIC) for their investors, according to a biannual review performed by Drewry.

The maritime and supply chain consultancy firm has looked into how much investments in port operators benefit investing shareholders.

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