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Maersk expects to earn even more money in 2021

A.P. Moeller-Maersk expects to earn even more money in 2021 than in the red-hot container market for 2020. The first quarter this year will be exceptionally strong, projects the company, after which the market is expected to normalize.

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After an unusually strong 2020, Maersk guides with an even better 2021.

The world's largest container line thus expects an operating profit, EBITDA, for 2021 in the range of USD 8.5 to 10.5 billion, an increase from 2020, for which the company reports an operating profit of USD 8.3 billion, shows Maersk's annual report, published Wednesday.

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