Maersk Broker presents best result in five years

After a string of years with declining profits, Maersk Broker’s bottom line once again climbed last year. The Maersk subsidiary books its best result in five years, expecting 2022 to become even better.

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The Mærsk family’s shipbrokerage, Maersk Broker, once again saw its profit grow in 2021 following a string of years seeing declines.

Last year, the company secured a profit of DKK 92.5m (USD 13.1m) against DKK 37.6m the preceding year, marking the best result in a five-year period.

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