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Platou in Maersk swing
While Maersk Oil will see earnings hurt by the decline in Brent, Platou argues AP Moller consumes more oil than in produces. Analysts Frode Morkedal and Herman Hildan are now projecting the group will post a profit of $4.91bn in 2014, beating the $3 ...
Maersk line to raise freight rates by over 100 percentFreshPlaza
Record interest in Danish oil and gas licensing roundHellenic Shipping News Worldwide

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Marine Trader Online (blog)

Maersk makes history
Simon Moore, chief executive for London's major deep sea container port, said: “The arrival of the Edith Maersk is a historic moment. “This is one of the world's largest ships and the biggest ever to enter the Thames. Our high-tech facilities give us ...
Edith Maersk is now the largest ship ever to travel up the Thames (photos + video)Marine Trader Online (blog)
Edith Maersk berths at London GatewayContainer Management
Super-sized ships arrive in Britain: How big can they get?The Independent
MarineLink -Braintree and Witham Times
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REFILE-UPDATE 3-Maersk and MSC ship-sharing pact gets US clearance
SINGAPORE/COPENHAGEN, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Top container shipping companies A.P. Moller-Maersk and MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co cleared the last regulatory hurdle to launch a vessel-sharing pact, but companies that use their services voiced ...
Maersk says 2M will begin in January following FMC
Maersk, MSC win U.S. Approval for PactThe Maritime Executive
Maersk, MSC win US regulatory approval to launch shipping pactDaily Mail
MarineLink -Container Management
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Maersk scraps AHTS
Maersk Supply has sent the 10,880-bhp Maersk Gabarus (built 1983) for scrap in Belgium. A spokesperson for the owner says the sale comes as part of the company's fleet renewal programme. “We currently have 12 new-buildings in the order book ... and on ...

New York Times

Aboard a Cargo Colossus
New York Times
At more than 1,300 feet long, the ship, the Mary Maersk, was hard to miss. It is longer than the Eiffel Tower is high, and the Mary and its sister ships are the biggest container ships in the world. Feet appeared first from the helicopter, then a pair ...
Danish special forces in "hostage situation" on Mary MaerskShippingWatch UK (subscription)

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Slide Show: On Board a Maersk Triple E
The New Yorker
Alastair Philip Wiper, on commission for the September issue of Wired magazine, U.K., photographed the production of the world's largest container ship, Maersk Triple E, in Okpo, South Korea. Maersk has commissioned twenty Triple E's, and Wiper ...

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A Gorgeous Tour of the Largest Ship in the World
At 194 feet wide and 1,312 feet long, the Matz Maersk Triple E is the largest ship ever built. It can carry 18,000 20-foot containers; its propellers weigh 70 tons apiece; it is too big for the Panama Canal, though it can shimmy through the Suez. All ...

Reuters UK

Maersk to buy new ships to protect market-leading position
Financial Times
Maersk – known as a bellwether for global trade as it transports about 15 per cent of all seaborne freight – last placed orders for new ships in 2011 when it agreed to buy 20 of the largest container vessels ever built, called the Triple E. These are ...
Maersk to invest billions, reap savings, but no cash for shareholdersReuters UK
Maersk to spend $3 billion a year on new ship
Maersk hatches huge upgrade for container fleetTradeWinds
Reuters -ShippingWatch UK (subscription) -Businessweek
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Maersk pins its hopes on efficiencies in MSC tie-up
The strategy forms part of Maersk's planned implementation of its 2M Vessel Sharing Agreement (VSA) with Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) that should — pending approval from US regulators on 11 October — unlock the door to greater efficiencies over ...
Maersk faces fight over prime routesPort Technology International

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Quick180 box-match service signs Maersk
Quick180, a new online service that matches exporters needing a container with importers who have an unloaded box they want to get rid of, has signed Maersk Line as a participant. Meanwhile, Quick 180 has added a new wrinkle to its service offering ...

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