Executives leave Maersk Maritime Technology before unit is shut down

High-profile Maersk unit Maersk Maritime Technology, which a few years ago developed the Triple-E design, will be shut down as part of the Maersk Group restructuring. Several renowned international profiles have also left the company, according to ShippingWatch's sources.

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Maersk Group's renowned vessel design company Maersk Maritime Technology will be shut down as part of the conglomerate's large-scale restructuring. This cost slashing initiative, which also triggers a series of job reductions, means that the company, which a few years ago presented the design for Maersk Line's giant Triple-E vessels, will be shut down as an independent unit and instead folded into Maersk Line.

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