Here is an overview of Maersk's future core business

After the sale of Maersk Oil and Maersk Tankers, the new Maersk setup is focused on the container business with Maersk Line and APM Terminals as its two pivotal points. Here are the key figures from the core business.

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Maersk is close to becoming a pure container business after the sales of Maersk Oil to French company Total and Maersk Tankers to the family's investment company A.P. Møller Holding A/S.

The new core business is called Maersk Transport & Logistics and consists of Maersk Line, port terminal APM Terminals, logistics business Damco, towage carrier Svitzer and container manufacturer Maersk Container Industries.

Here are the key figures for the companies which will carry the Danish transport giant into the future shipping market.

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