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Baltimore Sun

Maersk Line resumes service to Baltimore
Baltimore Sun
The Maryland Port Administration estimated that Maersk, which quietly resumed calling on the port in early February, would bring an added 31,000 container units to the port per year. Maersk, based in Denmark, is the world's largest shipping line ...
Maersk returns to Port of BaltimoreWBAL Baltimore

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WYPR

Maersk Gets Grand Welcome At Port, Months After It Arrived
WYPR
State and city leaders welcomed the shipping company Maersk back to the Port of Baltimore on Wednesday. It was a largely ceremonial thing – the company actually started delivering to Baltimore in March, after leaving in the 1990s – but the folks ...
Maersk Returns to the Port of BaltimoreMarineLink

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Ang Malaya Net

Otto mobilizes Maersk Venturer
OE Digital
Otto Energy has mobilized Maersk Drilling's ultra-deepwater drillship Maersk Venturer for the Hawkeye-1 exploration well, offshore Philippines. The two companies originally signed a letter of intent back in March 2015. The Australian explorer says ...
Maersk Venturer to Mobilize to Hawkeye-1 Well in Palawan Basin in Late JulyRigzone
Maersk Venturer heading to PhilippinesAsian Oil & Gas Magazine
Drillship Maersk Venturer to start exploratory drilling offshore Southern PalawanAng Malaya Net
GMA News -OilVoice -Manila Standard Today
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Fruitnet

Maersk unaffected by Greek crisis
Fruitnet
"We are not facing issues funding local operations,” Maersk said in a statement. “Maersk Line continues to receive incoming payments via bank transfers and cash at counter. Customers who are able to transfer from accounts abroad are offered to do so to ...



Wall Street Journal

Maersk Views 30-Year Horizon
Wall Street Journal
Maersk Line, the group's shipping arm, has spent about $5 billion on a fleet of ultra-large vessels, called Triple Es, to move cargo from Asia to Europe, the world's busiest trade line. Their efficient engines reduce transport costs compared with older ...
Maersk bets that smaller shippers can't competeMarketWatch

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Maersk: no issue funding Greek operations
FreshPlaza
Maersk: no issue funding Greek operations. Oil and shipping conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk said it was experiencing no problems funding operations in Greece or getting paid by Greek customers despite the imposition of capital controls by Athens ...
Maersk takes precautionsTradeWinds (subscription)

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Wall Street Journal

Maersk CEO Predicts Big Squeeze for Small Container-Ship Operators
Wall Street Journal
Maersk Line, a unit of the Danish shipping and oil giant, is the world's largest container operator, controlling 15.3% of all capacity, according to shipping data provider Alphaliner. On Tuesday, Maersk confirmed a $1.8 billion order for 11 new ...
Maersk CEO: Big ship owners set to dominate tradeMarketWatch

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Maersk says no issue funding Greek operations, paid staff early
Economic Times
Maersk says no issue funding Greek operations, paid staff early. ET SPECIAL:Love visual aspect of news? Enjoy this exclusive slideshows treat! COPENHAGEN: Oil and shipping conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Tuesday it was experiencing no ...

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Logan Industries to supply CCTLF system for Maersk's drillship Maersk Voyager
WorldOil (subscription)
HEMPSTEAD, New York -- Logan Industries, based in Hempstead Texas, has recently been awarded with an order for a Compensated Coiled Tubing Lift Frame (CCTLF) for Maersk Drilling. The CCTLF system will be designed and built in-house and is ...
Logan to supply CCTLF to MaerskOE Digital

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Maersk to skip Chennai Port again
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
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 ...

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