Søren Skou wants to add DKK 100 billion to Maersk's revenue

Maersk wants to boost its top line by almost DKK 100 billion in the years to come in an effort to reach its former scope, Group CEO Søren Skou tells Berlingske Business. The growth will be found beyond the "old" part of Maersk.

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Maersk Group CEO Søren Skou has an ambitious plan to help bring the company back to its former size, reports Danish daily Berlingske Business.

Last year Maersk's revenue came to USD 30.9 billion. In the result for this year, acquired German liner company Hamburg Süd will contribute to sales, but Maersk has yet to add almost DKK 100 billion (USD 15.3 billion) to its top line to reach its former scale.

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