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Tag: Maersk

Port of Charleston reopens after bomb threat

The Port of Charleston in the US is now open again following its evacuation due to a threat of a 'dirty bomb' onboard the Maersk Memphis container ship, USCG officials confirmed that no threat found. Also, the safety zone which had been established around the vessel for the investigation, has been lifted.

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Maersk transships cargo via Oman

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Maersk Line announced a new solution for its box bookings bounding to and out of Qatar via the Port of Salalah, Oman in order to avoid trade restrictions. The company will be running its own feeder service from Salalah in Oman to Qatar by loading containers on smaller vessels in Oman and travelling on from there.

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Port of Rotterdam welcomes three largest containerships

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On May 19th, the port of Rotterdam welcomed the MOL Triumph, one of the three container vessels of the world with a capacity of over 20,000 TEU. The ship will be calling on Rotterdam over the next few weeks. Over the next two months, the world’s top three ultra large container carriers will also be entering the port.

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DMCA, Maersk explore innovation partnership

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Dubai Maritime City Authority representatives visited the Maersk Maritime Training Center in Dubai, the first-of-its-kind center in the Middle East, in order to explore new opportunities with the company, to employ promising potentials in enhancing various components of the maritime community.

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Maersk Line officially acquires Hamburg Sud

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Maersk announced that the sale and purchase agreement for the company's acquisition of Hamburg Süd was approved by the boards of Maersk Line and the Oetker Group. The acquisition still remains subject to regulatory approvals and it is estimated at EUR 3.7 billion on a cash and debt-free basis.

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Maersk, Microsoft ink for digital cooperation

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Maersk announced that joined forces with Microsoft, to use its cloud computing platform, Azure, in order to develop digital products and services across all brands in the A.P. Moller – Maersk Transport & Logistics division. The company's aim is to simplify digital visibility in supply chains.

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Maersk to lift lid on digital disruption

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Maersk, container shipping company, is set to unveil the thinking behind its recent agreements with IBM and China’s Alibaba, as the company's Chief Digital Officer, Ibrahim Gokcen, takes the stage at this year’s "Nor-Shipping" maritime week. Gokcen is going to analyse the future course of the maritime industry.

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