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Damco to be merged into Maersk Line

Next week, when Maersk presents a significant change in the previous organization, sources expect that Damco will cease to exist after the comprehensive reorganization of the shipping group. According to sources, Damco's status as an independent business and brand has taken the headlines in the group's efforts to strengthen and streamline Maersk.

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