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Maersk plans ahead for the upcoming citrus season

Maersk has announced that its 1,810TEU vessel, Maersk Vallvik, has arrived at the Port of Durban, South Africa with over 700 refrigerated containers to support the upcoming citrus season.

“The Maersk Vallvik is phasing into our AMEX (America – South Africa) service and we are using this opportunity to reposition empty reefers from the Middle East into South Africa to ensure we are ready to assist our customers for the upcoming citrus season," said Mark Cairns, head of Africa cold chain at A.P. Moller - Maersk.

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