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Lauritzen Bulkers appoints new CEO

Lauritzen Bulkers appoints new CEO

22-10-2018 12:00:00


J. Lauritzen has appointed Niels Josefsen CEO of Lauritzen Bulkers. Niels Josefsen will be replacing
Thomas Wøidemann, Chief Operating Officer, who has been in charge of commercial and operational activities in both Lauritzen Bulkers and Lauritzen Kosan since March 2017..

”Thomas Wøidemann has done an excellent job as leader of both business units for the last 20 months. He is now going to use his skills at Lauritzen Kosan, while Niels Josefsen does the same for Lauritzen Bulkers”, says Mads P. Zacho, CEO for J. Lauritzen.

Niels Josefsen has had different positions in A. P. Moller-Mærsk in Danmark and Kina and for Klaveness in China, Singapore and Norway.

”Josefsen brings with him a solid experience of having spent more than 30 years in the dry cargo industry. I am certain that with his leadership, he will make Lauritzen Bulkers' already strong market reputation even stronger” Mads P. Zacho.

Josefsen will start the position on December 1 2018. Both Wøidemann and Josefsen report to Mads P. Zacho.

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