APM Terminals sees growth opportunities during the pandemic

Investments in the port industry are set to decline steeply ahead to 2025 due to the coronavirus crisis. This trend could create possibilities for APM Terminals, CEO tells business daily Børsen.

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Off the bat, a lack of appetite for investments in the port industry could sound like a bad thing for Maersk's port division. But the company itself sees plenty of opportunities in APM Terminals' future.

According to investment firm Drewry, planned investments in expansions and modernizations of port terminals are set to drop 40 percent ahead to 2025. But this is good news for Maersk's business, the company says, according to Danish business daily Børsen.

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