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Maersk terminates agreement with DB Schenker after attempt at hijacking customers

Maersk has terminated its agreement with DB Schenker after the German company attempted to hijack customers from Damco. DB Schenker confirms the break up to ShippingWatch but does not link it to the offer sent to Damco's customers.

A German media reports that CEO Søren Skou was personally involved in the decision to terminate the agreement with DB Schenker. | Photo: Casper Holmenlund Christensen/Jyllands-Posten/Ritzau Scanpix

Maersk is so angry with DB Schenker's attempt to hijack customers that the container line has terminated its agreement with the German logistics company, report several media.

DB Schenker confirms to ShippingWatch that the company's agreement as a major customer with Maersk has ended.

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