Maersk expects lower impact from coronavirus than first anticipated

Maersk expects a much lower impact from corona virus on its transported volumes in the second quarter than previously anticipated, the company informs in an update.

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The world's biggest container carrier Maersk has lowered the expected impact from the corona virus on the transported volumes in the second quarter substantially.

According to an update, Maersk believes that volumes will only fall between 15 and 18 percent due to the difficult market conditions on the wake of the corona outbreak.

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