Why Maersk Line and APM Terminals need each other

APM Terminals needs to maintain its neutrality as operator serving around 60 carriers in 73 ports around the world, but a line can be drawn directly from the port and terminal company to container carrier Maersk Line, notes Alphaliner.

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The strategic changes at A.P. Moeller-Maersk are eagerly anticipated, and the conglomerate itself has at this point yet to make any kind of hint as to what the future holds in terms of group structure going forward.

Even though some observers point to a split of container carrier Maersk Line and port unit APM Terminals into separate listed companies, there are numerous factors which suggest that Maersk Line and APM Terminals will remain under the same parent company.

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