Do you want to visit Maersk HQ in Copenhagen?

On Friday the 14th, we open the doors to our iconic head office on the Esplanade for Culture Night in Copenhagen!

This year we have chosen the theme “Taste of Global Trade” and in that connection we will offer a sea of ​​different food experiences that focus on the global trade of daily food products.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to visit our A.P. Møller Museum where you can learn about our more than 100-year history and learn more about the Møller family.

You will also have the opportunity to participate in our photo competition on Instagram where you can win an exclusive lunch in our critically acclaimed canteen; The bistro.

We have recently renovated our canteen and our phenomenal chefs deliver every single day what Børsen’s food reviewer refers to as an “exuberant gastronomic lunch table”.

Find out more about the evening by visiting the Culture Night website:

This weekend we spend in Stockholm withnour daughter to celebrate her birthday.

Our morning wake up view

Always good to be back. I worked here for eleven years.

One of the most beautiful cities in the world.

As part of its integrator strategy, Maersk is consistently expanding its inventory of warehouses in the UK and Ireland. In addition to a 15-year lease for a newly built warehouse in Doncaster in the North of England, Maersk has signed a lease for two new distribution centres in the Irish capital Dublin. All the facilities have a strong focus on their operations creating low CO2 emissions.

The Doncaster facility is part of the G Park Doncaster Mammoth 602 development and perfectly connected via road (close to five motorways), rail (Doncaster International Railport), and air (Robin Hood Airport). With more than 600,000 sq ft total space, 60 dock levellers, 20m internal clear height as well as several hundred parking spaces and offices the warehouse is one of the largest in UK. It ranks also among the most sustainable logistics buildings in the North of England. The developer GLP has built the facility on a net zero carbon scheme for construction (within the UKGBC framework). In addition to the warehouse in Doncaster, Maersk’s portfolio comprises two other distribution centres in the UK in Tamworth and Kettering.

In Ireland, Maersk has signed a lease for renting two new warehouses in the Quantum Logistics Park in the North of Dublin. The units 3 and 4 within Quantum Logistics Park will feature a combined space of 250,000 sq ft and will be built to fulfil the sustainability standards of LEED Gold and BREEAM Excellent ratings.

”These three new warehouses in the UK and Ireland are a strong statement that we are ready to deliver on our integrator promise to our customers and serve them with end-to-end logistics solutions from factory to their end-consumers if they wish. The demand for integrated and thus more resilient supply chains has grown significantly over the past two years. The disruptions of Brexit and the pandemic moved the logistics from a commodity level to a C-level topic – where it actually belongs”