Maersk Line (Thailand) Ltd.

Maersk Line (Thailand) Ltd.
41st floor, River Wing East, Empire Tower
1 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa
Sathorn, Bangkok 10120
+66 2 752 9000 (Automatic)
Mr. Bo Wegener
Managing Director
Maersk Line (Thailand) Ltd.

Mr. Anders Dong Hasselstrom
General Manager
Maersk Line (Thailand) Ltd.
Land/Sea Container, Sea/Shipping Freight and Logistics.
Maersk Line is the world’s leading container shipping company, known for reliable and eco-efficient sevices.We provide ocean transportation in all parts of the world. We serve customers through 374 offices in 116 countries. Every day our 7,100 seafarers and 25,500 land-based employees help customers optimise their supply chains by delivering reliable ocean transportation in all parts of the world and making it possible for commodities to reach new markets.

Maersk Line markets its services through the following brands: Maersk Line, Safmarine (Africa), MCC Transport (Intra-Asia), Seago Line (Intra-Europe), Mercosul (Brazil), and SeaLand (From 2015 Intra-Americas).

Maersk Line is part of the Maersk Group, headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Group employs about 88,207 people in 130 countries. 2014 revenue: USD 48 billion.

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[Additional facts & highlights]
• Founded in 1928
• Corporate office in Copenhagen, Denmark
• 619 vessels with a capacity of 3.1 million TEU (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit)
• 59,000 customers worldwide
• Approximately 11 million full containers shipped annually
• Cover ports in almost every country in the world
• One port call every 15 minutes; 35,000 port calls annually
• Offer multiple weekly sailings on all our major trades
• Strategy: Self-funded, EBIT 5%-points > peers and grow with the market
• Total value of goods transported estimated at USD 675bn in 2012
• Ocean transport costs from Asia to Europe (2012 In USD): A flat-screen TV $4, a pair of sport shoes 22 cents, a T-shirt 8 cents, and a tablet 10 cents
• The Triple-E container vessels can hold 18,000 twenty-foot containers
• In November 2014, Maersk Line announced an amitious CO2 target to reduce 60% in emissions per container by 2020 (2007 baseline). We reached the previous target of 40% in 2014.

A.P. Moller - Maersk Group
Anders Dong Hasselstrom 
Managing Director