Maersk Line is the world’s largest container shipping company, known for reliable, flexible and eco-efficient services. We provide ocean transportation in all parts of the world. We serve our customers through 374 offices in 116 countries. We employ 7,100 seafarers and 25,500 land-based employees and operate 608 container vessels.
We market our services through the Maersk Line, Safmarine and SeaLand (Intra-Americas) brands. Maersk Line is the holding company for MCC Transport (Intra-Asia), Seago Line (Intra-Europe) and Mercosul (Brazil).
Maersk Line is part of the Maersk Group, headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Group employs 89,207 people in around 130 countries.
- Total value of goods transported estimated at USD 675bn in 2012
- Ocean transport costs from Asia to Europe (2012 In USD): A flat-screen TV $4, a pair of sport shoes 22 cents, a T-shirt 8 cents, and a tablet 10 cents
- The Triple-E vessels can hold 18,000 twenty-foot containers
- In November 2014, Maersk Line announced an ambitious CO2 target to reduce 60% in emissions per container by 2020 (2007 baseline). We reached the previous target of 40% in 2014
- In Q1/2015, Maersk Line’s total bunker (fuel used by ships) consumption was 1.8% higher than Q1/2014 as a result of lower utilization
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Moana Shipping is involved in ocean transport in the South Pacific for over 30 years, catering for island trade. Strong relationships and experience have been gained due to a consistently high standard of services provided by Moana Shippings extensive network of agencies and knowledge of shipping in a region where the local requirements are specific and demand detailed attention. Moana Shipping have chartered several different vessels on their main trade route between Melbourne/Sydney/Brisbane and New Caledonia/Vanuatu/Fiji/Tuvalu/ Wallis & Futuna Islands operating the successful and consistent traffic of containerised, refrigerated and dry cargos, machinery, vehicles, timber and a wide variety of other building and raw materials.
Tables of trade routes
|New Caledonia||Wallis & Futuna|
|Fiji Island||Wallis & Futuna|
|Wallis & Futuna||New Caledonia|
|Wallis & Futuna||Fiji Island|