Maersk continues to adapt and thrive. The Q2 results reflect the company’s strategic response to dynamic market shifts following the pandemic-fueled years. With an unwavering focus on cost containment, Maersk has effectively navigated market normalization, cushioned by its robust contract portfolio. Says the article from Maersk.
“The Q2 result contributed to a strong first half of the year, where we responded to sharp changes in market conditions prompted by destocking and subdued growth environment following the pandemic fuelled years. Our decisive actions on cost containment together with our contract portfolio cushioned some of the effects of this market normalisation. Cost focus will continue to play a central role in dealing with a subdued market outlook that we expect to continue until end year. While we step this agenda further up, we are unwavering in our transformation and continue to invest in and deliver truly integrated logistics solutions to our customers and amplify their supply chain resilience for the uncertain times ahead.” Vincent Clerc, CEO of Maersk
- Ocean revenue dropped to $8.7bn due to lower freight rates and volumes, impacted by inventory correction in North America and Europe.
- Logistics & Services revenue at $3.4bn, affected by lower volumes, ongoing destocking, and weaker consumer demand.
- Terminals revenue decreased to $950m, attributed to normalized storage revenue, lower volumes, and reduced congestion in North America.
- Strong cost management across segments mitigated top-line impact, ensuring solid financial performance.
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