Maersk Broker makes lowest profit in three years

Maersk Broker lands the lowest result on the bottom line in three years, and sees profit drop for the second year in a row. Although the Covid-19 crisis continues to create uncertainty, the ship brokerage company expects to return to a better level in 2021.

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Ship brokerage company Maersk Broker sees profit drop for the second year in a row after the company exits 2020 with a plus of DKK 37.6 million (USD 6.1 million) on the bottom line.

This is the lowest result in three years, shows the annual report from the company, which is owned by Maersk daughters Ane Mærsk Mc-Kinney Uggla, Leise Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller and Kirsten Mærsk Mc-Kinney Olufsen.

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