Problems continue at some key Maersk ports after cyber attack

Most of the port terminals operated by transport and logistics group AP Moller-Maersk are running close to normal again following a cyber attack this week, although some – including Rotterdam, New Jersey and Los Angeles – are still experiencing problems.

Maasvlakte II, one of two terminals operated by the group’s APM Terminals subsidiary at the Port of Rotterdam, is still closed. “We are still working on a solution to reopen Maasvlakte II. Our top priority remains [the] cargo and we are therefore diverting services to other terminals in and around Rotterdam,” the group said. The Maasvlakte II facilities, at Europe’s busiest container port, have already restored systems and are able to gate cargo in and...

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Andrea Hotter

June 30, 2017

15:30 GMT

New York