Supply chain radar: the Maersk family is down $5.6bn in 2018…

December 10, 2018 Alessandro Pasetti

 … so, the necessary premise today is to put such a massive headline number in some kind of context: well, it’s almost twice as large as the market value of Switzerland’s Panalpina, which is currently the most talked about takeover target in the supply chain industry.
Moreover, what lies ahead for the Maersk family next year could be disheartening, as I pointed out in my analysis today, which focused on AP Møller-Maersk Group ...

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