Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Significant improvement for Maersk

Sydbank expects A.P. Moller-Maersk to show significantlyimproved accounts Friday morning, when the group publishes the results for 2012. The profit after tax is expected to reach DKK 20.2 billion, an increase of nearly 33 percent.
The bank expects the Group's problem child Maersk Line of having sailed a net profit of 2.6 billion home in 2012, while Maersk Oil contributed with 12.7 billion.

The port company APM Terminals is expected to contribute with a profit of 4.2 billion kroner, while Maersk Drilling is expected to have pulled in2.2 billion kroner.

This year Sydbank expects growth in Maersk Line, Maersk Drilling, APM Terminals, and not least Maersk Tankers. 

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