Maersk's new transport unit will be an investor favorite

A Maersk Group divided into two new business units focusing on transport and energy makes sense, note analysts ahead of Maersk Group CEO Søren Skou's expected imminent announcement of the plan for the new Maersk. Investors will be interested in the transport unit. Energy will be a completely different matter.

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The decision to split up Maersk's current structure, which is built around five core business units, to instead divide the group into two units focused on transport and energy, makes sense, note Danish and international analysts.

ShippingWatch has asked Clarksons Platou, Nykredit Markets and Lars Jensen of SeaIntelligence Consulting for their view on the latest information about the protracted process to redefine Maersk which Group CEO Søren Skou has spearheaded since taking over the reins from predecessor Nils Smedegaard Andersen in June this year.

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