APM Terminals pleased with its bottom line

Maersk's port business finished the first quarter with USD 166 million on the bottom line, a decline compared to the first quarter 2012. "Terminals had an OK quarter," says Maersk Group CEO Nils Smedegaard.

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The first quarter of the year brought a decline from the USD 226 million in the same period last year, where the results were boosted significantly by the sale of Maersk Equipment Service Company Inc., USA (MESC).

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