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Meet Our People

Here, a handful of our 20,000 employees talk about their jobs, our values and what working at APM Terminals means to them and their families.

 

 
During International Women's Day 2021, Female employees at APM Terminals MedPort Tangier, Morocco, talk about their experiences working for the company.
 
 
Itzel Pano, Customer Service Supervisor at APM Terminals Lázaro Cárdenas explains the importance of customer service and innovation for keeping cargo flowing as efficiently as possible.
 
 
Cruz Landa, the first female heavy equipment operator at APM Terminals Lázaro Cárdenas explains the importance of efficiency for the terminal and customers.
 
 
Vessel Planning Supervisor, Joaquin Hernández, explains his pride in working for Latin America's first semi-automated terminal and how technology, innovation and highly qualified personal can make a huge difference.
 
 
"I guess we all want to feel that what we do is important, adds value, contributes to the greater good...For me this is what working at a terminal is about."
 
 
Since the Nigerian government allowed female employees to work night shifts in 2019, APM Terminals Apapa now have six women working in operations
 
 
Josselin explains how APM Terminals has had a big influence on her life
 
 
Freddy Cortes is one of two Shift Managers at APM Terminals Callao, Peru
 
 
What's it like to work as a straddle carrier operator at APM Terminals?
 
 
What's it like to work as a crane operator at APM Terminals?
 
 
What's it like to work as a twistlocker at APM Terminals?
 
 
What's it like to work as a tally clerk at APM Terminals?
 
 
Meet Carlos Teixeira, Head of Safety, APM Terminals Callao, Peru
  
 
Jan Peeman starts as a remote-control crane operator
 
 
José Alberto Sterlyn trains for a new career in Moín, Costa Rica