Tim Wickmann: 2012 was a breakthrough year for MCC in Asia

Maersk Line’s MCC, which works in intra-Asian transport and feeder service, has passed the ultimate test. CEO Tim Wickmann declares 2012 the final breakthrough year for MCC.

Originally, MCC had expected to grow on level with the market development in its business area: intra-Asian container transportation. This was the expectation at the beginning of 2012, but now MCC CEO Tim Wickmann can do the math and demonstrate that the company, only four years following its foundation, grew no less than 19 percent.

Wickmann believes the progress is in part due to MCC finally having established its name and brand in the region, which quite simply has gained more business. Consequently, Tim Wickmann describes 2012 as the year which saw MCC’s crucial breakthrough in Asia.

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