A.P. Moller-Maersk (Maersk), a Danish company, opened its new Integrated Logistics Park at Port Qasim in Karachi, a six-shed complex with a total floor area of 560,000 square feet.
The Covid-19 epidemic affected economies all over the world, put an end to the majority of lives, and disrupted the world’s supply lines. However, transportation of products continued around the world, and all the supplies needed to combat the pandemic continued to move.
This was made possible by the shipping and logistics industries’ incredible operational resiliency throughout the most trying circumstances. Despite the closing of international boundaries, ships continued to sail, ports continued to operate, warehouses remained open, and goods continued to move.
For importers and exporters at this period, Maersk’s integrated logistics solutions generated maximum value. The freight of customers was kept in motion by Maersk’s end-to-end solutions. Maersk’s position was further bolstered by the warehouse facilities, which allowed them to keep products that were in low demand and delayed supply chains when necessary. This helped to boost customers’ trust in Maersk’s adaptability, dedication, and capacity to respond swiftly and effectively to changes in end-user behaviour.
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