The world’s largest container shipping company and a customer-focused leader in reliable, eco-efficient transport
Maersk Line, the global containerized division of the A.P. Moller – Maersk Group, is dedicated to delivering the highest level of customer-focused, reliable ocean transportation services. Our vision, built from a strong heritage of uprightness, constant care, and innovation, has guided our business operations since 1904, when the first Maersk Line vessel sailed. By remaining committed to that vision we have expanded our business to become the world’s largest ocean carrier and are consistently recognized as the most reliable container shipping company*.
Comprehensive Services Maersk Line is dedicated to provide world-class ocean transportation services to customers with products that range from raw materials to highly sensitive, perishable commodities that require the most sophisticated equipment the industry has to offer.
With dedicated employees in 325 offices across 125 countries and a fleet of more than 500 vessels along with 1.9 million containers, we have the global reach and resources to accommodate our customers’ broad transportation needs. In addition, we also offer a comprehensive intermodal network and extensive feeder connections to provide the depth of coverage our customers require.
Putting customers first One of our key goals at Maersk Line is to transform the customer experience in the container shipping industry. Working closely with customers, we have launched several major initiatives over the last few years with the aim of making us the easiest shipping line to do business with.
Take our range of eBusiness solutions.
These flexible services offer our customers convenient around-the-clock access to online booking, to documentation services and to accurate online information on the position of any given container, anywhere in the world. These services save our customers both time and money.
• More than 100 years of experience in shipping
• Vessel fleet of more than 500 container ships and 1,900,000 containers
• Unmatched network of 325 offices in 125 countries with around 25,000
• Over 100,000 satisfied customers globally
• We cover ports in almost every country in the world
• Offer multiple weekly sailings on all our major trade.
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