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Hamburg South: Hestbaek replaces Verspermann

HAMBURG. At the end of the first quarter, a change at the top of the shipping company Hamburg Süd took place, which has been part of the market leader Maersk for over three years. After more than 20 years with the company, CEO Dr Arnt Vespermann (l) handed over the reins to long-time Hamburg Süd manager and CCO Poul Hestbaek (r) . “We promised our customers that Hamburg Süd’s DNA would remain unchanged during the integration process. And we have kept our promise,” states Vespermann.

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