Maersk opts to sell all shares in Russian firm Global Ports

On the back of Russia’s invasion in Ukraine, Maersk has decided to sell all its shares in its Russian ports and terminal company Global Ports.

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Maersk has opted to sell its entire 30-percent stake in Global Ports, its Russian port and terminal company.

”Global Ports Investments PLC (”Global Ports” or the ”Company” and, together with its subsidiaries and joint ventures, the ”Group”) (LSE ticker: GLPR) announces that the Company and its Board of Directors (the “Board”) today received notice from APM Terminals B.V., holding 30.75% of the shares in the Company, about the intention of APM Terminals B.V. to commence a process to divest its shareholding in the Company,” reads an announcement by Global Ports..

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