Maersk Group consists of a collection of companies operating within two main industries of shipping and energy.
Maersk Group has four core businesses which include Maersk Line, APM Terminals, Maersk Oil and Maersk Drilling. Through these companies and several others, the group employs roughly 89,000 people, and generated 47 billion US dollars in revenue in 2013.
As a group, our business success is built on a number of strengths: our size and global reach, our financial strength, our talented employees, our time-honoured values, our approach to sustainability and our drive to innovate. Combined, these strengths form a unique platform for our continued success and future growth.
The Group Core Values and the Group Policies are applicable to all employees across the Group.
More than a century of doing business in high-risk industries where trust means everything has taught us the importance of leadership stability and continuity.In fact, we’ve only had four CEOs in all that time, and our founding family plays an important part on our board of directors and in the family foundation to this day. |
Maersk Group management is organised around a two-tier system, with an executive board responsible for overall operations, financial results and business growth and a board of directors in supervisory role. At Maersk, the Executive Board consists of the group’s CEO and CFO, along with the CEOs of the four companies that are the main focus of our investments in strategic growth. |
| | A.P. MøllerA.P. Møller (1876–1965) and his father Captain Peter Mærsk Møller founded what would become the Maersk Group in 1904.
Prior to settling in Copenhagen that year, A.P. Møller had worked in Denmark, England, Germany and Russia. |
| | Mærsk Mc-Kinney MøllerMærsk Mc-Kinney Møller (1913-2012) was a leader in the global shipping industry for more than half a century and played a significant role in the growth and development of the Maersk Group.
Born in Copenhagen in 1913 to Danish shipping magnate A.P. Møller and his American... |
| | Ane Mærsk Mc-Kinney UgglaAne Mærsk Mc-Kinney Uggla (1948–) is the youngest daughter of Emma and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller. After completing a degree in foreign languages, Ms Uggla married Colonel Peder Uggla and settled in Stockholm, where she completed an additional degree in philosophy. |
Maersk Triple E class |
No. | Ship | Yard number | IMO number | Delivery | Status |
1 | Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller | 4250 | 9619907 | July 2013 | in service |
2 | Majestic Mærsk | 4251 | 9619919 | July 2013 | in service |
3 | Mary Mærsk | 4252 | 9619921 | August 2013 | in service |
4 | Marie Mærsk | 4253 | 9619933 | September 2013 | in service |
5 | Madison Mærsk | 4254 | 9619945 | October 2013 | in service |
6 | Magleby Mærsk | 4255 | 9619957 | November 2013 | in service |
7 | Maribo Mærsk | 4256 | 9619969 | January 2014 | in service |
8 | Marstal Mærsk | 4257 | 9619971 | April 2014 | under construction |
9 | Matz Mærsk | 4258 | 9619983 | June 2014 | under construction |
10 | Mayview Mærsk | 4259 | 9619995 | June 2014 | under construction |
11 | TBA | 4262 | | August 2014 | under construction |
12 | TBA | 4263 | | September 2014 | under construction |
13 | TBA | 4264 | | October 2014 | under construction |
14 | TBA | 4265 | | January 2015 | under construction |
15 | TBA | 4266 | | March 2015 | under construction |
16 | TBA | 4267 | | April 2015 | under construction |
17 | TBA | 4268 | | May 2015 | |
18 | TBA | 4269 | | May 2015 | |
19 | TBA | 4270 | | June 2015 | |
20 | TBA | 4271 | | June 2015 | |