Søren Skou's biggest concern is a question of USD 200

It is not so much rates, overcapacity, lower global growth or trade war that keeps Maersk's CEO Søren Skou up at night in 2019, rather it is a question of approximately USD 200.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Søren Bidstrup

Things are not quite as they used to be at Maersk.

Management now prefers to call the company an "integrator" rather than the more old fashioned "carrier" in order to emphasize that the future is within logistics. Maersk just acquired a small US customs brokerage firm.

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