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. 

23 Jun 2016
The port of Rotterdam will introduce a “paperless” transfer of containers between its major terminals.
27 Dec 2015
Overweight containers have blighted the maritime sector for decades, leading carriers and terminal operators to take steps to reduce the number of overweight containers they handle, to say nothing of the looming verified gross mass mandate that takes effect in the summer of 2016.
15 Dec 2015
APM Terminals-operated Gujarat Pipavav Port, a minor, non-major facility on India’s west coast, has acquired three new quay cranes in order to expand capacity and improve service.
15 Dec 2015
Salalah, the Oman port operated by APM Terminals, has inaugurated a new deep-sea general cargo and liquid bulk terminal, accelerating the Maersk port unit’s diversification from its core container-handling business.
26 Nov 2015
Rotterdam dock workers are planning a series of 24-hour strikes over the next two months to protest possible lay-offs at the port’s newest container terminals.
23 Nov 2015
The government of Greece has again extended the bidding process for the sale of the port in Piraeus — the country’s largest — this time at the request of the potential purchasers.
23 Nov 2015
APM Terminals has opened the expanded Aqaba Logistics Village, a multi-purpose distribution center close to Jordan’s main container port.
21 Nov 2015
The Port of Mobile is expanding terminal capacity and building an adjacent $36 million intermodal container transfer facility. The projects, set for completion in 2016, will increase its terminal’s 350,000-TEU capacity to 475,000 TEUs.
19 Nov 2015
U.S. shippers moving goods to and from the Midwest will have a so-called third-coast option to hedge against port congestion on the East and West coasts when an intermodal terminal serving Mobile opens in May, giving the port its first intermodal rail connection in roughly a decade.
06 Nov 2015
APM Terminals’ profit halved in the third quarter due to a sharp decline in imports of containers into oil-producing countries in West Africa, Russia and Brazil.
05 Nov 2015
Maersk Group will not make a major forward asset investment in Indonesia’s port or domestic shipping sector until the government addresses a range of investment concerns, according to the president director of Maersk Indonesia.
03 Nov 2015
APM Terminals has invested in a multi-purpose cargo terminal in China, accelerating its expansion beyond its core container handling business.