What happened to Safmarine?

The Safmarine and Damco brands will no longer be marketed by the end of 2020. In terms of Hamburg Süd, Clerc said the back offices would be merged but the lines would continue to be marketed as separate brands with a differentiated service model.

Who owned Safmarine?

Maersk Line
It is now owned by its parent company Maersk Line. Safmarine Makutu, one of Safmarine’s container ships, is seen arriving in Fremantle, Australia in 2015.

How do I track a Safmarine container?

To track your cargo you can continue to use Safmarine Track and Trace for now. You are still able to log in and manage your ongoing Safmarine shipment and MyFinance. For future bookings, please log in on Maersk.com using your Safmarine username and password.

What happened to damco?

Damco is no more, after Maersk announced in September it would dissolve the freight forwarder brand by the end of 2020. Maersk absorbed Damco’s air and ocean less-than-container-load shipping to combine it with Maersk’s logistics and services products.

Is damco part of Maersk?

Maersk will dissolve the Damco brand by the end of the year. The carrier merged Maersk Line and Damco into one organization at the beginning of 2019, and Damco’s freight-forwarding business remained a separate entity.

When did Maersk buy Safmarine?

South Africa’s Safmarine was founded in 1946. Maersk purchased the company in 1999.

Who is damco?

Damco is one of the world’s leading providers of freight forwarding and supply chain management services. For more than 100 years, we have been providing our customers with transportation and logistics solutions that support the way they want to do business, wherever they are in the world.

When did Maersk acquire damco?

Maersk purchased the company in 1999. Maersk is also retiring its Damco brand at the end of this year. Damco traces its roots to a predecessor Dutch company founded in 1918; it later became part of P&O Nedlloyd.

Is Maersk A freight forwarder?

Maersk owns more container ships than anyone on earth, but it would be a mistake to think of the company as just a cargo shipping line. It’s also an airline, a trucking company, a port terminal operator, and a freight forwarder.

Is damco owned by Maersk?

Is damco a freight forwarder?