Maersk Line has affirmed that it is “open for business” after the group was hit by a ransonware attack on Tuesday, as its vessels “are sailing and loading cargo”, according to Robbert van Trooijen, Maersk Line Asia Pacific ceo.
“We are pleased to let you know that Maersk Line is open for business as we are again able to accept booking via Inttra. Our vessels are sailing and loading cargo. Some restrictions remain as not all systems are up and running, but we are collaborating with cyber-crime agencies and IT industry leaders to reinstate services fully,” van Trooijen said in an update.
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