Maersk Line eyes opportunities following Cuba thaw

Improved relations between the US and Cuba after decades with an icy relationship between the two countries provide opportunities for container carriers. Import to the country will grow when the embargo is lifted, and Maersk Like will position itself to reap the benefits.

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The Maersk Group plans to invest more in Cuba on top of the thawing relations between the island country and the US, reports Danish media Børsen.

Maersk Line already facilitated trade with Cuba when the carrier opened a service back in April between the Caribbean republic and North Europe. And the company now sees an opportunity to expand the Cuban cooperation.

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