MAERSK is still working to get operations back to normal after last week’s Petya cyber-attack put many of the global company’s IT systems out of commission.
The company is back accepting bookings via INTTRA, EDI and “local manual processes”, according to a recent statement from the company, and it is expected to return to a “close to normal environment” by today (July 3).
Most of the ports managed by APM Terminals (a Maersk subsidiary) are operational, with business being re-established in terminals in Algeciras, Tangier, Callao Lima, Mumbai, Itajaí and Buenos Aires.
Maersk Line Oceania managing director Gerard Morrison told Lloyd’s List Australia the global updates were very much in line with the company’s local situation.
“We are a global company running global systems so the updates reflect exactly where we are at here too,” he said.