Supply chain radar: AP Møller Mærsk’s land of hope and glory?

January 4, 2019 Alessandro Pasetti

“Maersk is looking for acquisitions to boost its logistics operations on land as the world’s largest container shipping company tries to broaden its appeal to big shippers of goods.” Financial Times, 26 December (subscription required).
The Financial Times wrote that “the next few years would see Maersk push the parts of its business not to do with the ocean, such as trucks, supply chain management and running warehouses,” according to Soren Skou, the chief ...

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