Robert Uggla on sexual offences aboard Maersk ships: "I am ashamed"

The culture in the maritime industry needs to change, states Maersk Chair Robert Mærsk Uggla after the carrier has been sued by two women accusing Maersk of having failed to protect them from assaults.

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It is shameful that sexual offences have taken place at container carrier Maersk.

This is the statement from Maersk Chair and CEO of A.P. Moller Holding Robert Mærsk Uggla, who calls for a change of culture and increased transparency.

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