Maersk divests its share in Russian terminals company Global Ports

Following a decision to wind down and divest its Russian businesses, Maersk announces that it has entered into an agreement to sell its share of ports and terminals company Global Ports.

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Following the announcement from Maersk to discontinue activities in Russia earlier this year, the company’s ports and terminals division APM Terminals has entered into a binding agreement to off-load its shareholding of 30.75 percent of Global Ports (GPI).

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