Maersk leaves the other logistics companies to make big acquisitions

France's CMA CGM snatched Ceva from under the nose of Danish company DSV, which is bidding on Panalpina now instead, which is negotiating with Kuwait's Agility. All the while, Maersk is looking to invest more in logistics in its own way, says CEO Søren Skou.

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Although Maersk sees its future as a logistics company rather than as a container carrier, CEO Søren Skou will not put a huge amount on the table to take over one of the existing large companies.

At least, not in the short term.

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