Skou calls for celebration
At an internal meeting for 100 senior executives at the group, Maersk Line CEO Søren Skou called for a celebration when the carrier's annual report for 2013 is published on Thursday. In a video from the meeting, Søren Skou reveals both positive and negative aspects of the coming report.
Søren Skou: Time to celebrate Maersk Line´s 2013 result
Søren Skou: These are Maersk Line's biggest challenges
Turbulent week for Maersk
The past week also brought several unusual news related to Maersk Line. A container ship encountered a storm and two guards were found dead on the Maersk Alabama.
Maersk ship lost 200-300 containers in storm
Maersk is 500 containers short after storm
Two guards found dead on US Maersk ship
G6 service plans unveiled
The P3 alliance between Maersk Line, MSC, and CMA CGM is not the only one waiting for green light to start its operational collaboration. This week the competitors in G6 unveiled the service plans for the network the alliance expects to be approved in April.
G6 could get FMC decision in April
This is the G6 service plan
CKYH welcomed an E
And the past week brought more big container news, as a major collaboration was announced between two Chinese carriers, along with the fact that Taiwanese Evergreen joins the CKYH alliance on its Asia-Europe network.
Cosco and CSCL in large-scale collaboration
SeaIntel: Chinese collaboration changes nature of alliances
Chinese collaboration paves the way for new CKYH
New alliance settles in on Asia-Europe
OW Bunker feels significant growth
The world's largest bunker company, OW Bunker, is headed for an IPO. The company grew 20 percent in the past year. ShippingWatch spoke to CEO Jimmy Pedersen.
OW Bunker delivers 20 percent growth in 2013
OW Bunker: LNG will only account for 5 percent in 2020
Bulk carriers hopeful ahead of record-high soy bean harvest
Per Sylvester Jensen new CEO of Nordic Tankers
Drones as new weapon against emission violators
Panama expansion continues alongside negotiations