APM Terminals moving HQ from The Hague to The Hague

The Maersk Group terminal operations division, APM Terminals,  has signed the lease on a new headquarters in the De Kroon office building in The Hague. The company will relocate in the fourth quarter of 2012.

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APM Terminals is moving to a new location in the De Kroon office building in The Hague at the end of this year. The company will lease offices of 3,500 square meters and the contract has an initial duration of ten years.

In a press release, APM Terminals CFO Christian Møller Larsen says: “As a fast-growing, global port operator we wanted to select the best office space, location and work environment for our employees to define our global brand and business ambitions”.

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