Globally, the logistics and services segment is high on shipping giant Maersk’s agenda. In India, it is slowly and steadily building its fleet of trucks with an asset-light model. The aim is to cover close to 80% of the PIN codes and industrial zones. Will building a robust inland presence help Maersk offset the cyclical nature of the shipping industry?
Global shipping giant Maersk, which moves around 12 million containers every year, wants to reach your doorstep, literally. “We are moving from shipping containers from port to port, to shipping from door to door. For that to happen, we need to grow our capabilities on shore… So, now we are looking to be able to deliver goods from Asia to the US, not just to the port but also to someone’s door,” Soren Skou, Maersk’s chief executive, recently
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