On 31st March 2022, Maersk Minder docked at Fitjar Mekanisk Verksted in Norway, ready for the installation of a battery: a container-based hybrid power system built by Wärtsila.
A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) announces a new feeder service between Port Said, at the northern end of the Suez Canal, where the canal leads into the Mediterranean Sea and Vado Gateway at the Port of Genoa, one of the most significant and busiest ports in Italy.
A cadet associated with the US Merchant Marine Academy has identified herself publicly as “Midshipman X,” a sexual assault survivor, attacked during a training cruise in 2019 aboard the commercial vessel named Alliance Fairfax.
The electronic Bill of Lading (eBL) was issued to Safeline Freight and Fortuna DMCC and facilitated by the blockchain underpinned TradeLens platform
With 27 containers from Vancouver, Canada, being loaded onto the container vessel ‘Merete Maersk’, the first batch of Chinese coastal relay of international cargo from a foreign carrier today started its last leg of ocean transportation, en-route from Shanghai’s Yangshan terminal to Tianjin.
OBE Organic, Australia’s oldest organic beef exporting company, has become the first refrigerated meat exporter in Oceania, to vastly lower the ocean emissions of its North America exports.
On the occasion of the International Day for Women in Maritime, A.P. Moller – Maersk’s (Maersk) declared India’s first seafarers’ cadet program for women.
The world’s greatest shipping firm, the Denmark-based A.P. Moeller-Maersk, said Wednesday that it had the best-ever earnings quarter, that was driven by increased freight rates coupled with more contracts that had been signed.
Maersk had announced previously about its decision to cease operations in Belarus and Russia. On 2 May, the firm finished its last cargo operation at one of Russia’s ports.