DANISH shipping giant Moller Maersk said yesterday it expects further turbulence in freight volumes and rates for the next few years, sinking its shares by 3.4 per cent.
Maersk said that freight volumes rose 4.1 per cent at its
"We expect container freight rates to go up and down and overcapacity will continue to 2016," chief executive
The firm posted a four per cent fall in 2013 revenues to
The firm's ports handled 36.3m twenty-foot equivalent units, up three per cent.
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