Maersk company to conquer market shares from Hamburg

Maersk company looking to conquer more goods from Danish companies to the Port of Aarhus - and the company is especially targeting the transports that currently go through Northern Germany.

The Port of Aarhus should conquer even more goods from Danish companies that are currently sending containers in and out of Hamburg.

As such, the company APM Terminals Cargo Service, which operates the container port in Eastern Jutland, has launched an offense aimed at optimizing operations even further so that the company can better compete on prices and efficiency with, especially, the North German competitor in terms of Danish goods.

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