Improved speed to market, predictability and flexibility to customers’ supply chains form the backbone of the rejig that includes introduction of new services ME4, ME7 and FI4 amongst other changes
Hyundai Mipo Dockyards to build the 2100 TEU feeder vessel. It will be deployed on the Baltic shipping route and fly the Danish flag. Expected delivery by mid-2023.
Wärtsilä will supply its Wärtsilä HY Module, a containerised hybrid battery power and energy storage system to Maersk Supply Service, the Denmark based provider of offshore marine services and integrated solutions for the global energy sector.
More than 6,000 oxygen concentrators, 500 oxygen cylinders, 60 cryogenic oxygen tanks, and several medical supplies and ventilators were transported into the country by A.P. Moller – Maersk through its ocean and air freight solutions.
Following Los Angeles and Yokohama, Rotterdam now welcomes Maersk’s rainbow containers, celebrating diversity and inclusion in the maritime and port logistics sectors.
Launched in collaboration with GatewayRail, this new weekly double-stacked train service provides scheduled landside movement of automotive parts and components in addition to ocean transportation already offered to Maersk´s Indian customers
Emitting zero CO2 when combusted, ammonia has long been considered as one of the most promising alternative marine fuels to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions within the shipping industry.
The vessel will sail as fast as it is considered safe under the prevailing weather conditions in order to get the vessel to LA as soon as possible.
The Maersk Eindhoven is currently in Japanese waters, awaiting clearance by Japanese authorities for transit into APM Terminals Yokohama, Japan container terminal on February 25th.