Net profit of the Danish transport company Moller-Maersk, the world leader in the field of container transportation, in the first quarter increased to 2 billion 475 million dollars from 245 million dollars a year earlier. EBITDA increased to 669 million dollars from 638 million. The revenue of Moller-Maersk was 9 billion 253 million dollars, increased by more than 30% in annual terms. The base loss, excluding one-time incomes and expenses, increased from $139 million to $239 million. The press release of the Danish company shows an increase in uncertainty due to geopolitical risks, increased tensions in trade and other factors that affect the cost of bunker fuel, exchange rates, as well as freight rates in the container market.
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