From Juan Fangio to Michael Schumacher, Formula 1 has slashed pit stop times from more than 1 minute in the 1950s to under 2 seconds today. With the launch of its own Pit Stop, Maersk hopes to emulate F1’s improvements with container vessel port calls.
From the farm to your refrigerator, or the factory to your wardrobe, A.P. Moller - Maersk is developing solutions that meet customer needs from one end of the supply chain to the other.
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The internet of onions
From its storage and pack-house to its customers, Wiskerke Onions in the Netherlands is using technology like Maersk Line’s Remote Container Management (RCM) system to improve its products and the way it does business.
One-third of the food the world produces is either wasted by consumers or lost before it reaches the table. Using its expertise in refrigerated transport and logistics, A.P. Moller - Maersk is investigating ways of helping to address the global challenge of food loss with a business solution.
Yoselin Güil is setting the bar for performance at APM Terminals Quetzal in Guatemala less than a year after climbing into a crane. The new terminal addresses a lack of infrastructure in the central American country, one of the main obstacles to economic development, while also providing skills and jobs to local people.
In one of the largest transactions in the history of shipping, Germany-based Hamburg Süd recently joined Maersk Line, adding 1,400 seafarers to the global workforce. Meet Gregor Klöttschen who works inside the engine room of the iconic red vessel.
Running shoes are just one example of how customers can benefit from A.P. Moller - Maersk’s services as an integrated transport and logistics company. A train bringing sporting goods from China to France shows how a broader offering of solutions can make supply chains more flexible.
The cargo from more than 40 containers of sporting goods, transported by train from China, is unloaded at Decathlon's warehouse in Dourges, France. Decathlon is a customer of both Maersk Line and Damco, so the train was a natural solution with the brands working closely together to expand the range of services offered.
Maersk and IBM to form joint venture applying blockchain to improve global trade and digitise supply chains
A.P. Moller - Maersk (MAERSKb.CO) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced their intent to establish a joint venture to provide more efficient and secure methods for conducting global trade using blockchain technology.
A.P. Moller - Maersk is an integrated transport and logistics company with multiple brands and is a global leader in container shipping and ports. Including a stand-alone Energy division, the company employs roughly 88.000 employees across operations in 130 countries.
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