Maersk sets a target for return on invested capital ahead of 2025

Maersk expects to be able to achieve a 12 percent return on invested capital ahead to 2025, says CEO Søren Skou during the shipping group's capital markets days Tuesday. This target is significantly higher than previously stated targets.

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A.P. Møller-Maersk now plans to be able to achieve more than 12 percent in return on invested capital (ROIC) ahead to 2025, says CEO Søren Skou at the group's capital markets day, held Tuesday.

More specifically, Maersk expects its ROIC to average around 12 percent in the period between 2021 to 2025, which is significantly higher than the group's previously stated targets.

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