Ukraine invasion affects transport firms' Russian activities

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has consequences for many transport companies’ activities in Russia. Maersk is currently considering the ”next steps” for its investment in Russian port and has halted freight bookings in the country. Air space ban limits air freight, says DB Schenker. ONE no longer accepts bookings to two Russian ports.

Photo: Global Ports

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine forces several transportation firms to change their activities to and from the two countries, companies tell ShippingWatch in the wake of Thursday’s Russian attack on Ukraine.

APM Terminals, Maersk’s port operator, is a major shareholder in the Russian container port Global Ports, which operates six terminals in Russia.

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