APM Terminals considers entering multi-port services

To maintain the positive developments in APM Terminals and meet the aim of USD one billion in profits by 2016, the company is looking at new strategies, including new multi-ports.

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Maersk's port business APM Terminals - which delivered its biggest return ever this 3rd quarter - is currently investigating new strategies, as the company's goal going forward is rather ambitious, namely to reach a profit of USD 1 billion by 2016, corresponding to a 40 percent increase.

And in light of a smaller growth in the container market, the company also has to look in other directions, CEO Kim Fejfer tells Danish daily, Berlingske Business, though he stresses that container ports remain the company's main focus:

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