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Maersk Line optimistic about 2013

Maersk Line optimistic about 2013

08-08-2013 16:00:00


Despite the fact that the container market is pressured by overcapacity, higher freight rates and an improvement in the world trade provides Maersk Line with a better result in 2013 compared to last year. So assesses the Head of North Asia in the company, Tim Smith

"We believe that 2013 may have the potential to give better results than 2012, although market conditions remain challenging”, says Tim Smith to Reuters.

"We hope to build on our current momentum and deliver an overall performance that provides an acceptable return on invested capital”, says Tim Smith.

Maersk Lineøs accounts for th first half of the year will be released Friday next week.

Source: nordnet.se


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