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Maersk Tankers and Penfield Marine to create a tanker company with unique reach

Maersk Tankers has acquired Penfield Marine to create a large-scale crude and product tanker company offering pool partners and cargo customers a wider range of services. The combined company will manage around 240 vessels, including approximately 45 …
Jan 10, 2024 / Curious

Denmark announces alliance on green fuels in India

A.P. Moller – Maersk, one of the founding members of the Green Fuels Alliance India, will take a seat on the steering committee as one of the representatives of the maritime industry for the conversations around green fuels. Denmark has announced its …
Jan 8, 2024 / Curious

DP World Posorja Welcomes First Maersk Service Route, Boosting Ecuador’s Maritime Connectivity

Strategic shift to deep-water port enhances trade links between Ecuador, Asia, and Europe; Posorja’s advanced capabilities attract major shipping lines. Earlier this week, DP World in Posorja, Ecuador welcomed the first of three key service routes …
Jan 5, 2024 / Curious

Maersk launches new weekly service to the Port of Tunis Rades reducing overall transit times and increasing reliability

Maersk announces a new transport solution connecting the growing Tunisian market to its mainliner services to and from Europe, Middle East and Asia. The new weekly service started recently and is operated with a dedicated ro-ro vessel between the …
Dec 21, 2023 / Curious

Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to build up to ten very large ammonia carriers for Maersk Tankers

Maersk Tankers, one of the world’s largest tanker operators, sets out to offer seaborne transportation of clean ammonia, leveraging its close to 100-year experience of operating tanker and gas vessels. Maersk Tankers has confirmed that an order for …
Dec 11, 2023 / Curious

Hapag-Lloyd, Maersk and CMA CGM sign an agreement for alternative fuels with Nestlé

Working with three of the world's largest shipping companies, Nestlé will move the equivalent of half of its global shipping needs to alternative, lower-emission fuels with immediate effect. By switching to cargo ships that use fuels made from …
Dec 8, 2023 / Curious

Maersk to deploy first large methanol-enabled vessel on Asia - Europe trade lane

A.P. Moller - Maersk (Maersk) is about to launch the first of its 18 large methanol-enabled vessels currently on order. On 9 February 2024, it will enter service on the AE7 string connecting Asia and Europe, which includes port calls in Shanghai, …
Dec 7, 2023 / Vessels

Maersk signs landmark green methanol offtake agreement, significantly de-risking its low-emission operations in this decade

The offtake agreement between A.P. Moller - Maersk and Chinese developer Goldwind, a global leader in clean energy, reaches into the next decade and marks the first large scale green methanol offtake agreement for the global shipping industry.  …
Nov 22, 2023 / Curious

Maersk signs deal with Starlink for its Ocean fleet

A.P. Moller - Maersk, the global leader of integrated container logistics, is embarking on a collaboration with Starlink, the pioneering satellite internet constellation developed by SpaceX.  Maersk’s more than 330 own-operated container …
Oct 12, 2023 / Curious

The world's first methanol-powered container ship moored at the Port of Gothenburg

On Tuesday, a truly unique ship arrived at the Port of Gothenburg for the first time. The container ship Laura Maersk is powered by biomethanol, resulting in a big step towards net zero greenhouse gas emissions. "This ship is a significant …
Oct 12, 2023 / Curious