Christian Wienberg

Business, Logistics

Maersk Can’t Find Enough Women to Pursue Top Jobs

A Maersk truck transports a shipping container A Maersk truck transports a shipping container in the APM shipping terminal at the Port of Los Angeles in Los Angeles. (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg News)

The chairman of A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, Jim Hagemann Snabe, said it is proving difficult to get enough women to apply for top management jobs at the world’s biggest container-shipping company.

Christian Wienberg | Bloomberg News
March 23, 2021
Business, Logistics, Top 50

Maersk Says Record Shipping Rates Unlikely to Have Peaked Yet

A container ship operated by Maersk leaves the Port of Felixstowe in the U.K. on December 2020. (Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg News) A container ship operated by Maersk leaves the Port of Felixstowe in the U.K. on December 2020. (Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg News)

A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, the world’s largest container carrier, is working at full capacity and can’t yet see a peak in freight rates that have already been propelled to record highs by pandemic consumer spending.

Christian Wienberg | Bloomberg News
January 6, 2021
Business, Logistics

Maersk Lifts Profit Outlook in Sign of Pandemic Resilience

Shipping containers sit stacked on the Maersk Gairloch container ship. Shipping containers sit stacked on the Maersk Gairloch container ship.(Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg News)

The world’s largest container line may generate $1.5 billion more in operating profit this year than previously expected, as its business proves resilient to the COVID-19 crisis.

Christian Wienberg | Bloomberg News
August 19, 2020
Business, Logistics, Top 50

Container Shipper Maersk Warns of 25% Volume Slump

Shipping containers are unloaded from a Maersk cargo ship at the Port of Los Angeles in May 2019. Shipping containers are unloaded from a Maersk cargo ship at the Port of Los Angeles in May 2019. (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg News)

The world’s largest container line is bracing for a historic slump in demand after emergency lockdowns across the globe left international trade in tatters.

Christian Wienberg | Bloomberg News
May 13, 2020
Business, Logistics

Maersk CEO Soren Skou Predicts ‘Sharp’ Rebound After Coronavirus Peaks

Shipping containers on a Maersk container ship. (Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg News)

A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, the world’s largest container shipping company, is positioning itself for a strong rebound in two months, based on an expectation that the fallout of the coronavirus on global trade may soon peak.

Christian Wienberg | Bloomberg News
February 20, 2020
Business, Logistics

Maersk Plunges as Investors Dump Trade Icon on Trump’s Tweets

Maersk Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg News

Shares in A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, the world’s largest container shipping line, plunged the most in two months after President Donald Trump escalated his trade war against China.

Christian Wienberg | Bloomberg News
August 2, 2019