APM Terminals

Sector: Aviation, Logistics & Shipping

APM Terminals’ goal is to become the port industry’s leading operator.

APM Terminals was established as a separate and independent division within the A.P. Moller- Maersk Group in 2001, moving its corporate offices from Copenhagen to The Hague. The company’s history in terminal operations began half a century ago with a general cargo facility at the Port of New York in 1958. Its heritage includes the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s very first dedicated container terminal and has grown along with the containerized shipping industry to become one of the largest terminal operators in the world.

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The Future

Even in today’s uncertain economic environment, marine terminal infrastructure and investment remains essential to accommodate projected future trade volumes, particularly in emerging markets. This development must proceed in concert with environmental concerns as well as sensitivity to local, regional and national circumstances and needs. APM Terminals invested approximately three quarters of a billion USD in 2008 in terminal planning and construction, and is committed to making the ongoing investments in the facilities, technology, sustainable environmental action and highly trained personnel required to meet the demands of the container transportation industry with the world’s only truly Global Terminal Network.

APM Terminals Apapa, Lagos Nigeria is the largest container terminal operator in West Africa.

APM Terminals commenced operations in Nigeria in March, 2006. Apapa is Nigeria’s largest port and contains a number of wharfs. To date, the staff comprises over 700 highly skilled and motivated foreign and local staff. We stand for operational excellence – from modern equipment, facilities, advanced technology and proven processes and terminal management.

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Aviation, Logistics and Shipping

Top 100 2015

Summary

Ranking: 39
Locations: Nigeria, Liberia, Kenya, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire / Ivory Coast, Congo, Republic of, Cameroon, Benin, Angola
No. Employees: 20,600
Headquarters: The Hague, Netherlands
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