Taking the lead in a world of change The Maersk Group is a global conglomerate consisting of a number of companies operating in two main industries, shipping and oil/gas. Maersk Line is the world’s largest container shipping company, covering all major trade lanes and providing regional services through its subsidiaries. Maersk Oil is an independent upstream exploration and production company. APM Terminals is a large global operator with a port, terminal and inland services network. Maersk Drilling operates one of the world’s youngest, most advanced fleets, specialised in harsh and deep-water environ- ments. APM Shipping Services include the logistics company Damco, the towage company Svitzer, the offshore service company Maersk Supply Service as well as Maersk Tankers one of the world’s largest product tanker companies.
MAERSK In IRANMAERSK company since 1950 has been active in IRAN; In the same year began its activities in the port of Khorramshahr; in 1955 the first agency agreement was made with Delta Company and finally in 18 March 1992 Iran Danish (Shipping) Company (IDSC), a private joint stock company was registered in IRAN. Already IDSC has its head office in Tehran and a branch office in the port of Bandar Abbas. MAERSK Company's representative who recently participated in "conference on development of Iran-Denmark trade" announced they will cooperate with IRAN in Bandar Abbas. The Iranian government believes and is interested to significant economic reforms and MAERSK and IRAN will help in this regard. IRAN in the field of maritime transport plays a significant role in the Middle East, IRAN Geographic role in connecting East to West and also connecting china and East Asia to Europe is exemplary; and If European countries want to export their goods to the south of Persian Gulf and Central Asia IRAN is prepared to do that. Now IRAN dedicated some lands to build new ports in the beaches of Persian Gulf and Oman Sea which MAERSK can cooperate with IRAN to build them.
- Location Denmark
- Listing categories MARITIME AND LOGISTICS