Smedegaard: Clear direction pays off

According to the Maersk CEO editorial in August's Maersk Post the Maersk Line rate restoring  strategy implemented last year has paid off

Last year, the Maersk Group implemented a new rate restoring strategy for Maersk Line alongside other strategies for the Maersk Group core businesses. Now Maersk Group CEO, Nils Smedegaard looks back to the first year of the strategy.

"It is now one year since we launched our updated group strategy, and I am pleased to say that it is paying off. The clear statement of where we want to bring our core businesses in five years has given us a strong focus for investments and priorities. Our four strategic core businesses are being developed and expanded, building a strong future for the Group".

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