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New duo replaces Haake

BREMERHAVEN. Carsten Haake left the Lloyd shipyard in April. According to company management, the long-term managing director left the company by mutual agreement. Heinrich Rönner, who is head of the Rönner Group, and the former head of bremenports, Stefan Woltering, have now taken over at the helm as the new managing directors. Haake, who is also the managing director of MV Werften, is planning to take on new commercial duties in Bremerhaven and will continue to act as an adviser to the Lloyd shipyard.

Credits: MV-WERFTEN

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