Maersk demands more action on piracy, modifies ships

Maersk has expanded the restricted area off the coast of Somalia for its vessels, begun to modify ships, and reiterated its call on the international community to find a solution to the problem of piracy.

Maersk calls for action on piracy

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In light of the hijacking of MAERSK ALABAMA and hostage-taking of Captain Richard Phillips, Maersk is conducting a thorough investigation of the events.

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Maersk sells out of Martinair Cargo

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A.P. Moller – Maersk has continued its cash-raising activities by selling its half-share in Martinair Cargo to Dutch airline KLM.

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Maersk’s accolades

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Maersk’s accolades

Maersk Line emerged winner of the “Best Shipping Line – Asia-Europe” Award for the 21st consecutive year at the 22nd Asian Freight and Supply Chain Awards (AFSCA). Maersk Line also clinched the coveted “Best Global Shipping Line” Award for the 15th year r

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Hamburg Sud joins Maersk to America

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Maersk and Hamburg Sud will join forces in services connecting Australia and New Zealand to the U.S. East Coast and South- and Central America.

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Learn to love thy enemy

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The Logistics Association of Australia Ltd (LAA) has appointed the University of Queensland, School of Business (UQBS) and Maersk Logistics as its Collaborative and Sponsoring Partner Consortium (Co-Opetition Consortium) to undertake the LAA

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Maersk tries to restore sanity in shipping

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Maersk Line is laying up 25 ships and has announced rate increases for all cargo in the Asia to Europe trade and return, to be implemented in two stages.

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Maersk cuts ship pollution

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Maersk cuts ship pollution

The Maersk Group is reducing its impact on the climate with a drop of 9 per cent in carbon dioxide emissions in 2008 compared to the previous year.

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Shipping rates to increase

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Shipping rates to increase

Global shipping company Maersk Line will implement a rate restoration from October this year on its services from Europe to Australia and New Zealand, in an attempt to ensure long-term development of the route.

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Maersk re-crews with Asian seafarers

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Maersk Line is continuing its drastic reorganisation, with news that its Danish crew will be laid off, to be replaced with an “international crew”.

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