Container Terminals Operator Makes Senior Appointment

Press Release
Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Hans-Ole Madsen: Photo credit ICTSI

ICTSI, a subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, recruits Hans-Ole Madsen as Senior Vice President for Europe and the Middle East

Within the Europe, Middle East, region, ICTSI presently owns and operates container terminals at Gdynia, Rijeka, Batumi and Tartous.

Before joining ICTSI, Hans-Ole Madsen was APM Terminals’ Vice President for Business Development in Africa, Middle East and Indian Sub-continent. From 2006 to 2008, he served as Chief Executive in South Asia for Maersk India. He also held various executive positions in Maersk offices in Nigeria, Pakistan, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Denmark from 1985 to 2005.

“I am delighted to join the ambitious and entrepreneurial ICTSI family, and I look forward to contributing to the continuous development and growth in the region” Mr Madsen said.

 

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