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About Senator International

Senator International is an air-focused freight carrier company that provides logistics services. On November 2nd, 2021, Senator International was acquired by The Maersk Group.

Headquarters Location

Obenhauptstraße 13

Hamburg, 22335,


+49 40 500 28 0



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Latest Senator International News

Maersk Opens 2 Latin America Hubs

Apr 17, 2023

In recent years, Maersk has worked on becoming a global integrator of container logistics across transport nodes to broaden its solutions beyond its core ocean freight expertise. An acquisition spree that started in 2021 includes Maersk scooping up Li & Fung’s logistics business LF Logistics , bulky freight delivery services provider Pilot Freight Services , freight forwarding company Senator International and non-containerized project logistics firm Martin Bencher Group. And in 2022, the company added 243 total warehouses, including 198 facilities from the LF Logistics acquisition and 45 new facilities out of organic growth. Maersk now operates 452 sites in total. The logistics expansion was reflected on Maersk’s balance sheet, with total revenue in the company’s logistics and services branch (including acquisitions) increasing by 47 percent to $14.4 billion last year. When only including organic contributions, revenue still rose 21 percent. Maersk said its top 200 customers drove its organic revenue growth and it continues to develop integrated solutions to meet end-to-end supply chain needs. Maersk GSC is an international endeavor, with the division’s facilities already spread across four sites in Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and Pune in India, as well as two in the Chinese cities of Chengdu and Chongqing. It also has facilities in Manila, The Philippines and Tangier, Morocco. “As part of our transformational journey to become increasingly customer centric, nearshoring some of our key customer processes close to where our customers are is another way of ensuring that we speak the same language as them,” said Farheen Mahmud, head of GSC Americas, Maersk. “Alongside, opening our hubs in the thriving cities of Brazil and Mexico filled with deep culture of service excellence will also provide fascinating opportunities to our Americas talent.” Maersk says the branch’s teams interact with multiple stakeholders across A.P. Moller-Maersk to enable approximately 30 million touch points per year with over 59,000 customers. The division oversees not only the strategic execution of finance and commercial processes, but also closely partners with the technology teams based out of Maersk GSC. For example, Maersk says that its GSCs offer end-to-end cross-functional perspective on process design and execution. This is enabled through centralized setup, driving towards standardization as it aims to ensure that there is a more consistent global customer and employee experience across locations. Maersk expansion comes ahead of 2M dissolution The freight giant, which is ending its 2M alliance with fellow container shipping titan MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company by 2025, has been busy trying to expand its geographic reach and overall competencies across global markets. Earlier this month, Maersk said it signed a new lease for a 685,000-square-foot facility at Segro Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway in Derby, England. The newly built facility will be completed in June 2023 and is part of a 700-acre development by the U.K. real estate company Segro. The logistics park features the U.K.’s only inland freeport as well as a 50-acre Strategic Rail Freight Interchange (SRFI) providing it with direct rail links to the seaports of Felixstowe , London Gateway and Southampton. Maersk also addressed shifting consumer demand by extending its connections within China from both Europe and the U.S. As of March 20, it’s offered a new air freight service with scheduled flights between Billund, Denmark and Hangzhou, China. The inaugural flight also marked the first scheduled air cargo operation between Denmark and Asia. This service includes three weekly flights with three newly converted Boeing 767-300 freighters that have recently been added to the fleet of Maersk Air Cargo . All Europe-China flights will be operated by Maersk’s internal cargo airline. As for the U.S.-to-China service, Maersk introduced not one, but two new air freight services with regular flights linking the countries. In April, Maersk commenced two weekly flights between South Carolina’s Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport and Shenyang Taoxian International Airport, as well as two weekly flights between Chicago Rockford International Airport and Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport. Both services will be increased to three weekly flights starting in May. The operation will be done with three Boeing 767-300 freighters, and will be operated by Miami-headquartered cargo airline, Amerijet International. Those expansions came just months after Maersk announced it’s building a green flagship logistics center in Shanghai that should open for business by the third quarter of 2024. Read More About

Senator International Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Senator International founded?

    Senator International was founded in 1984.

  • Where is Senator International's headquarters?

    Senator International's headquarters is located at Obenhauptstraße 13, Hamburg.

  • What is Senator International's latest funding round?

    Senator International's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Senator International?

    Investors of Senator International include The Maersk Group.



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