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COPENHAGEN, June 28 (Reuters) – Maersk Line, one of the world’s largest container shipping companies, said on Wednesday its cargo booking system was back up and running after a global cyber attack crippled its IT networks a day earlier.
“Further to earlier communications, we are now able to accept bookings via INTTRA,” the company said on Twitter. “Booking confirmation will take a little longer than usual but we are delighted to carry your cargo.”
Latest update 19:37: pic.twitter.com/NEbNafow6X
— Maersk Line (@MaerskLine) June 28, 2017
Earlier, Maersk said it was using alternative channels to take orders manually and to communicate with customers until it could resolve its IT problems. (Reporting by Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen; Editing by David Clarke)
Later on Wednesday Maersk Group provided the following update via Facebook:
See earlier story: Maersk-Operated Port Terminals, Booking System Crippled by Cyber-Attack
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