Safmarine creates Indian Subcontinent region
Liner carrier Safmarine said Monday it has formed an Indian Subcontinent region within its global organization structure.
Chief Executive Officer Tomas Dyrbye inaugurated the new branch headquarters in Mumbai last week and emphasized how important the region was for Safmarine, a subsidiary of Maersk Line. The region covers India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal and the Maldives.
The Indian Subcontinent and surrounding countries had formed part of Safmarine's West and Central Asia region, which included the Arabian Persian Gulf. The other countries in the region not included in the Indian Subcontinent region have been combined with North African and Levant Countries to serve customers in Safmarine's newly established Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region.