Maersk will invest more in entrepreneurship via its business entity Maersk Growth, which will both invest in startups and contribute to the development of internal ideas within the group says Maersk CEO Søren Skou in an interview with Danish media Børsen.
"The aim is to create assets for future growth in our core business, container freight. We invest in startups which address real problems that are relevant to us and our customers. This happens via new technology and can help us optimize the business and shave costs," says Skou to the media.
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