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Danish Maersk to lay off 180 employees in Norway

COPENHAGEN: Mærsk Drilling Norway will lay off between 180 and 190 employees from three drilling rigs, the company’s employee union, MAF, has announced. According to MAF, the employees will be laid off because the company’s contracts for two of the drilling rigs, Mærsk Giant and Mærsk Guardian, will end in September and October. Additionally, a new client for the drilling ... Read More »

Danish Maersk to miss out Chennai Port again

COPENHAGEN: The persistent congestion and frequent strikes have dented the image of Chennai Port Trust (ChPT). Besides, it has also resulted in diversion of cargo. As a contingency measure, Maersk Line, one of the biggest shipping companies, has once again decided to skip ChPT. Instead it will call L&T Kattupalli Port, which is 30 km away from Chennai, on Saturday. ... Read More »

Maersk may continue to call at Port of Houston authority

COPENHAGEN: The world’s biggest shipping company, Maersk Line, and its affiliated shipping services, SeaLand and Safmarine, will continue to call at the Port of Houston Authority, which the carrier says is a key partner in helping provide the best service possible to its customers. According to Maersk, its current services that call the Port of Houston Authority’s terminals will remain ... Read More »

Maersk may continue to call at Port of Houston authority

COPENHAGEN: The world’s biggest shipping company, Maersk Line, and its affiliated shipping services, SeaLand and Safmarine, will continue to call at the Port of Houston Authority, which the carrier says is a key partner in helping provide the best service possible to its customers. According to Maersk, its current services that call the Port of Houston Authority’s terminals will remain ... Read More »

Danish Maersk Drilling to cut down its 200 employees

COPENHAGEN: A.P. Moller–Maersk Group offshore drilling arm, Maersk Drilling, is in the process of making 180-190 employees redundant. In a statement on the employees association website, Maersk Ansarres Forning, the association said that discussions regarding the cuts have taken place and that affected employees would be contacted shortly. The redundancies come as a contract for jackup Maersk Giant comes to an ... Read More »

Danish Maersk Drilling to cut down its 200 employees

Copenhagen: A.P. Moller–Maersk Group offshore drilling arm, Maersk Drilling, is in the process of making 180-190 employees redundant. In a statement on the employees association website, Maersk Ansarres Forning, the association said that discussions regarding the cuts have taken place and that affected employees would be contacted shortly. The redundancies come as a contract for jackup Maersk Giant comes to ... Read More »

Danish Maersk Line gets Global Carrier of the Year

COPENHAGEN: Maersk Line was named Global Carrier of the Year after one of its most successful periods to date, with a US $2.3 billion profit for 2014, 55% up on 2013’s result. This was backed up by a number of innovations, including the 2M vessel sharing agreement (VSA), the ground-breaking Kotahi partnership and the continued rollout of the Customer Charter. ... Read More »

Danish Maersk Line orders 11 huge container ships worth of 12.3b Kroner

COPENHAGEN: Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk says it has ordered 11 huge container ships with an option to buy six more in a deal worth 12.3 billion kroner ($1.8 billion) Soeren Toft, spokesman for the shipping unit Maersk line, says the 400-meter (1,200 feet) ships “will help us stay competitive in the Asia-Europe trade and will be key ... Read More »

Maersk line average vessel size on the AE9 service to reduce from 9,500 TEU to 6500 TEU

COPENHAGEN: The average vessel size on the AE9 service, operating between the Asia – Mediterranean trade, will be reduced from 9,500 TEU to 6,500 TEU – with the reduction in capacity mainly impacting Mediterranean. This development will meet both current and anticipated demands. Furthermore, our adjustments to the network will provide us with a more seasonal network, which will allow ... Read More »

Maersk line average vessel size on the AE9 service to reduce from 9,500 TEU to 6500 TEU

COPENHAGEN: The average vessel size on the AE9 service, operating between the Asia – Mediterranean trade, will be reduced from 9,500 TEU to 6,500 TEU – with the reduction in capacity mainly impacting Mediterranean. This development will meet both current and anticipated demands. Furthermore, our adjustments to the network will provide us with a more seasonal network, which will allow ... Read More »

Maersk, Samsung to face charges in Petrobras corruption case: Brazilian Prosecutor

COPENHAGEN: Brazil’s top prosecutor in the Petrobras corruption case has informed the US Department of Justice about evidence that a number of top international companies paid bribes to win contracts. Samsung Heavy Industries of South Korea, AP Moeller-Maersk of Denmark, Skanska AB of Sweden and Toyo Engineering Corp of Japan are the firms named by Carlos Lima, the senior prosecutor ... Read More »

Maersk, Samsung a part in Petrobras corruption case: Brazilian Prosecutor

COPENHAGEN: Brazil’s top prosecutor in the Petrobras corruption case has informed the US Department of Justice about evidence that a number of top international companies paid bribes to win contracts. Samsung Heavy Industries of South Korea, AP Moeller-Maersk of Denmark, Skanska AB of Sweden and Toyo Engineering Corp of Japan are the firms named by Carlos Lima, the senior prosecutor ... Read More »

Danish Maersk Line orders 11 huge container ships worth of 12.3b Kroner

COPENHAGEN: Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk says it has ordered 11 huge container ships with an option to buy six more in a deal worth 12.3 billion kroner ($1.8 billion) Soeren Toft, spokesman for the shipping unit Maersk line, says the 400-meter (1,200 feet) ships “will help us stay competitive in the Asia-Europe trade and will be key ... Read More »

Denmark Maersk Line seals $1.8b order for 17 huge container ships

COPENHAGEN: Maersk Line has sealed a $1.8billion order for up to 17 huge new container ships at DSME in Korea.The Danish owner said the second-generation Triple-E vessels will have a capacity of 19,630 teu each. The first 11 ships in the series are firm, with options for six more. They will be 400 metres long, with a draft of 16.5 metres. ... Read More »

Danish Maersk Line orders 11 huge container ships worth of 12.3b Kroner

COPENHAGEN: Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk says it has ordered 11 huge container ships with an option to buy six more in a deal worth 12.3 billion kroner ($1.8 billion) Soeren Toft, spokesman for the shipping unit Maersk line, says the 400-meter (1,200 feet) ships “will help us stay competitive in the Asia-Europe trade and will be key ... Read More »

Denmark Maersk Line seals $1.8b order for 17 huge container ships

COPENHAGEN: Maersk Line has sealed a $1.8billion order for up to 17 huge new container ships at DSME in Korea.The Danish owner said the second-generation Triple-E vessels will have a capacity of 19,630 teu each. The first 11 ships in the series are firm, with options for six more. They will be 400 metres long, with a draft of 16.5 metres. ... Read More »

Maersk sets target for 2020 of 60% emission intensity reduction

COPENHAGEN: The world’s largest container ship operator, Maersk Line, has announced a target to significantly reduce emissions produced per container moved. Maersk LineMaersk Line plans to cut emissions per container moved by 60% by 2020 as part of a five year plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 200 million tonnes of CO2e. The amount of emission reduction envisaged is ... Read More »

Maersk to slash carbon emissions by 2020

COPENHAGEN: Maersk Line, the world’s largest container ship operator, has set a ‘bold target’ to reduce CO2 emissions 60% per container moved by 2020. The company has stated that the five year-emission reduction plan will save the climate around 200,000,000 tons of CO2, roughly the amount of emissions of all passenger cars in France over the period of a year. ... Read More »

Maersk to slash carbon emissions by 2020

COPENHAGEN: Maersk Line, the world’s largest container ship operator, has set a ‘bold target’ to reduce CO2 emissions 60% per container moved by 2020. The company has stated that the five year-emission reduction plan will save the climate around 200,000,000 tons of CO2, roughly the amount of emissions of all passenger cars in France over the period of a year. ... Read More »

Maersk Line reliability score at 80.4%, drops to 2nd place

COPENHAGEN: Despite a drop in reliability for the first quarter, Maersk Line remains in the top quartile position delivering a reliability score of 80.4%, the company said in its press release. The first quarter reliability results by maritime analyst SeaIntel show Maersk Line slipping to second place while CSAV secures the top spot with a 0.6% point lead at 81%. ... Read More »