The overflowing container market, marked by rising freight rates and growing demand for sea freight between Asia and the US in particular as well as pressure in the logistics chains, has in several cases frustrated freight costumers while conversely filling up the money tank at Maersk.
Maersk's second quarter report is a testament to this fact, and when it rains dollar bills on the container business (Ocean), it drips on the logistics and service business, shows Maersk's report.
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