Maersk upgrades guidance once again – expects major billion-dollar profit for 2021

Maersk upgrades its full-year guidance as a result of being "significantly ahead" of previous expectations in the third quarter, the carrier writes Thursday.

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As a result of the red-hot container market, Maersk is raising its full-year guidance yet again.

The world's largest container carrier now expects an underlying operating result (EBITDA) of USD 22-23 billion in 2021 against previous expectations of USD 18-19.5 billion, writes Maersk in a stock exchange announcement issued Thursday.

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