APM Terminals

APM Terminals is the indepent terminal operating division of the Maersk Group, parent company of the world's largest container line by capacity, Maersk Line. APM Terminals has 72 facilities in 69 countries worldwide and more than 20,000 employees. Its headquarters is located in the Hague, Netherlands. 

18 Feb 2017
The union and APM Terminals agreed to return to the negotiating table to settle year-long strife.
17 Feb 2017
The Port of Gothenburg faces fresh strikes.
08 Feb 2017
Container line consolidation and challenges in key markets put a dent in profit at APM Terminals.
01 Feb 2017
APM Terminals Pipavav appears to be regaining some of the volume it lost last year.
18 Jan 2017
Shippers and shipping lines face further disruption at the port of Gothenburg as the dockworker union there called for a strike.
11 Jan 2017
The long-running labor dispute at APM Terminals Gothenburg has intensified.
10 Jan 2017
Mexico’s top two container ports have ambitions of being alternatives for US-bound imports.
21 Dec 2016
If approved, the agreement between maritime heavyweights would be the first global terminal alliance.
14 Dec 2016
APM Terminals has agreed to sell its UK container trucking and transport unit Pentalver to US railroad company Genesee & Wyoming.
13 Dec 2016
Maersk “will be like one company” offering container shipping, logistics, and port services.
04 Nov 2016
New double-stack train services connecting Pipavav with northern hinterland points powered the year-over-year growth in shipments at the port.
While traffic through APM Terminals facilities such as Pecem, Brazil, pictured, inched up in the third quarter, profit fell, albeit at a slower rate than the first two quarters of 2016.
02 Nov 2016
Weak market conditions and liner network changes contributed to a 28 percent year-over-year fall in third-quarter underlying profit at APM Terminals.