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Kristoffersen to be new head of Wallenius Wilhelmsen

LYSAKER. This summer will see Lasse Kristoffersen become the new CEO of the Wallenius Wilhelmsen shipping group. The Supervisory Board appointed the previous CEO of the shipping group, Torvald Klaveness, as successor to Craig Jasienski, who left the company in March 2021. Since then, the CFO Torbjørn Wist has assumed the role of acting CEO of Wallenius Wilhelmsen. After an introductory period alongside Wist, Kristoffersen will take over as CEO no later than June.

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