New York terminal operator sues Maersk for ‘tens of millions’

May 28, 2020 Gavin van Marle

The dispute over the Maersk Line – including subsidiaries Hamburg Süd and Sealand – departure from New York’s Staten Island terminal, operated by Global Container Terminals (GCT), continues, with GCT now suing the line over lost earnings, according to this report from Freightwaves. Maersk decided to move its services to APM Terminals’ facility in nearby New Jersey at the beginning of the month, and offered GCT $5.5m in settlement. That ...

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