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. 

Members of the Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación teachers' union blockade train tracks in Mexico's Michoacan state.
25 Jul 2016
Angry Mexican teachers are blockading some of the country's railways, leaving thousands of containers stranded.
APMT hopes that new cranes able to handle some of the largest mega-ships afloat, pictured, will help transform Pecem, Brazil, into a regional container hub.
21 Jul 2016
APM Terminals and port owner Cearaportus hope to turn the Brazilian Port of Pecem into a regional east coast South America hub.
15 Jul 2016
APM Terminals is caught up in a Guatemalan bribery scandal.
06 Jul 2016
Maersk's container shipping business is facing freight rate volatility and downward pressure on primary and secondary routes
06 Jul 2016
"It is unprecedented that unions and companies have succeeded in coming to this agreement despite the market being under such pressure,” the port authority said.
05 Jul 2016
APM Terminals joined those in the industry reporting little disruption from the SOLAS rule.
The APM Terminals facility at Aarhus, Denmark, which APMT acquired for an undisclosed sum.
04 Jul 2016
“This acquisition reflects our confidence in the Danish market and our goal to expand our Scandinavia profile,” said Joe Nicklaus Nielsen, vice president and head of port Investments at APM Terminals.
23 Jun 2016
The port of Rotterdam will introduce a “paperless” transfer of containers between its major terminals.
22 Jun 2016
APM Terminals is aiming to integrate automation across all its cargo-handling operations.
21 Jun 2016
Liberia’s Port of Monrovia implemented a new port navigation system.
16 Jun 2016
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust said unscheduled gate closings by private terminals in India’s busiest container harbor have added to congestion.
09 Jun 2016
U.S. exporters moving goods out of the Port of New York and New Jersey are getting a better understanding of how terminals at the largest U.S. East Coast gateway will handle the new SOLAS rule.