Maersk Broker hit by the financial crisis

Newbuilding contracts and charter parties signed at towering prices ahead of the financial crisis had a strong impact on Maersk Broker's results for 2013, as contracts either had to be renegotiated or canceled, CEO Anders Hald tells ShippingWatch.

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Residual effects in the aftermath of newbuilding contracts and charter parties entered at towering prices in the years ahead of the financial crisis in 2008 and which have had to be continuously renegotiated, took a big toll on Maersk Broker in 2013. According to CEO Anders Hald, this is the primary reason that the company's profit as well as revenue took a steep dive in 2013 following several years of significant profits.

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