The largest container carrier shuts down business in the Russian Federation

The Danish company Maersk, the largest container shipping company, has informed its Russian customers that it has started to wind down its business activities in Russia. Earlier, the company announced that it wanted to stop working in Russia, Interfax writes. According to the company, a phased phasing out of activity has already started and there is currently no clarity about the prospects of returning to our country.

If your shipment is already on its way, we will do our best to fulfill our obligations and deliver the shipment to its destination. At the same time, from now on, Maersk will stop accepting new bookings on all its services – including ocean, transcontinental rail and air to and from Russia,” Maersk said on Monday.

The transport company notes that it plans to get all containers from Russia by the end of April. According to the company, we are talking about 50,000 containers, most of them empty. The company also emphasizes that ensuring the safety and well-being of its employees remains a priority. Therefore, in the next six months, every effort will be made to support Russian workers and relatives.

The AP Moeller-Maersk A/S Group, of which Maersk is a shipping division, owns more than 70 container terminals worldwide and has a fleet of 786 cargo ships. Russian offices are located in St. Petersburg, Novorossiysk, Kaliningrad and Vladivostok.

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