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Maersk shall employ 200 for digital buildup

Maersk shall employ 200 for digital buildup

05-12-2017 14:00:00


A.P. Møller - Maersk has chosen to employ more than 200 new engineers for a digital buildup at the company's newly established Center of Excellence in Bengalore, India. The new engineers will help Maersk with the digital transformation.

“We are going to invest in top class talents in data and digital development and automation. We are employing aggressively for these roles. Initially, we are looking for experienced engineers. Later in the process we will go to the universities, “says Navneet Kapoor, head of Maersk's Global Service Centers, in an interview with The Hindu newspaper.

The engineers will be working with articficial intelligence and big data analysis, which should enhance automation and customer service.

A.P. Møller - Maersk’s CEO Søren Skou, officially opened Maersk’s new center for business Friday, November 24th.

Source: Splash / Maritime Denmark


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