Platou predicts improved results for Maersk Line

Stock analysts will flock to Copenhagen tomorrow from all over the world to attend the Maersk Group's second Capital Markets Day, with a focus on Maersk Line and Drilling. Platou will be among them, and predicts improving results for Maersk Line in 2013 and 2014.

Photo: Carsten Bundgaard

When the Maersk Group hosts its second Capital Markets Day tomorrow for corporate analysts from all over the world, there will also be positive expectations for the key liner shipping company Maersk Line in attendance.

One of the world's most renowned shipping analysts, Norwegian Platou, will also be among the attending crowd when Maersk opens the day tomorrow at 9am in the Black Diamond library building by the Copenhagen harbor. Maersk Line CEO Søren Skou (photo) will open the Capital Markets Day, and he can breathe easily in light of the latest numbers from Platou and other analysts, who expect a solid net result for the carrier this year, and an even better result next year.

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