After more than three years of tentative efforts, A.P. Møller-Maersk is now ready to set all sails in on expanding its onshore logistics business, says CEO Søren Skou following a 2019, which, despite an interest in making acquisitions, only led to one small acquisition being carried out.
"One may think that it has taken a long time, but the fact is that we're ready now. I think that in the coming quarters and years, one will see us being active on the acquisition side in logistics and services," says the Maersk CEO.
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