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Wall Street Journal

Maersk in Talks Over $1.5 Billion Ship Order
Wall Street Journal
LONDON—Denmark's Maersk Line, the world's biggest container-shipping company by capacity, is in early talks with Asian shipbuilders to order up to 10 container megaships worth around $1.5 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said Friday.
Report: Maersk planning orders of up to 20000-TEU shipsJOC.com
Maersk in talks to order more container 'megaships'bunkerworld (subscription)

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TradeWinds (subscription)

AP Moller-Maersk closes in on 19000-teu newbuilds
TradeWinds (subscription)
Industry sources say Moller-Maersk is expected to re-tender shortly to South Korea's big three shipyards for its planned haul of four 19,000-teu-plus vessels. The company is also seeking a pair of optional slots. Brokers say Hyundai Heavy Industries ...



Gulf Times

School benefits from Maersk sponsorship of Qatar 2015
Gulf Times
As part of Maersk's sponsorship of the 24th World Men's Handball Championship, students at one lucky school in Qatar have gained the chance to rub shoulders with fans from around the world. Twenty four teams are competing in the tournament, which is ...

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Sierra Leone Times

Maersk Line planning to order 10 container ships that will be largest in the world
Sierra Leone Times
COPENHAGEN, Demark - Denmark-based Maersk Line, the largest container-shipping company in the world by capacity, is in early talks with Asian shipbuilders for an order of 10 container megaships worth around US $1.5 billion. According to sources who ...
Denmark's Maersk Line in talks with Asian shipbuilders for $1.5 billion dealCustoms Today Newspaper
Deals Rumor Mill: Maersk, Marquette Transportation, Dick'sLaw360 (subscription)

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Financial Times

Global trade won't return to pre-crisis levels, says Maersk CEO
Financial Times
Nils Andersen of AP Møller-Maersk said that many of the world's most important trade routes were suffering from a crippling over capacity because shipping lines were holding out in vain for the return of a pre-crisis golden era, which had been fuelled ...
Low Oil Prices Affecting Maersk Oil Business, Helping Global Trade VolumesWall Street Journal
DAVOS: A.P. Moller-Maersk Can Navigate Its Way Through Oil MessBarron's (blog)

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Offshore Technology

Keppel FELS delivers XLE-3 ultra harsh environment jack-up to Maersk Drilling
Offshore Technology
Keppel FELS, a subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine, has delivered XLE-3 ultra harsh environment jack-up to Maersk Drilling. The rig will be mobilised to the Norwegian North Sea in late-February to start a contract of four years with Statoil for ...
Third XLE jack-up rig added to Maersk Drilling's fleetEnergy Global

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Keppel FELS Delivers Ultra Harsh Environment Jackup to Maersk Drilling
Rigzone (registration)
Maersk Drilling reported Wednesday that it has taken delivery of its third ultra harsh environment jackup, XLE-3 or Maersk Jackup TBN (492' ILC), from the Keppel FELS shipyard in Singapore ahead of schedule. The rig will start her mobilization to the ...
Maersk Drilling adds third XLE jack-up rig to its fleetEnergy Voice

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Denmark's Maersk to order up to 10 container megaships worth $1.5 billion
Customs Today Newspaper
COPENHAGEN: Denmark's Maersk Line, the world's biggest container-shipping company by capacity, started talks with Asian shipbuilders to order up to 10 container megaships worth around $1.5 billion, reported The Wall Street Journal. The ships would ...



TradeWinds (subscription)

Maersk Tankers sells again
TradeWinds (subscription)
It has offloaded the 44,885-dwt Maersk Christiansbro (built 1996) to an Indian or Middle Eastern owner, it is claimed. A price of $8m has been placed on the deal. Maersk Tankers representatives could not be reached for comment today. Maersk has now ...



TradeWinds (subscription)

Maersk Broker sells agency
TradeWinds (subscription)
Henrik Franck, senior vice president at Maersk Broker, explains the decision to sell came amid the understanding the business required new investment to boost its competitiveness internationally. It began looking for a buyer in the Autumn as it opted ...


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