Nigel Pusey Appointed Chief Commercial Officer ISS

Press Release
Friday, October 12, 2012

Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) a leading maritime services provider appoints vastly experienced industry executive to new post.

Nigel Pusey has extensive senior executive experience in the shipping sector including working for P&O Nedlloyd as Chief Commercial Officer, Corporate Finance Director, as well as Managing Director of Southern Africa, also as Chief Executive Officer for The Maersk Company (UK), Senior Vice President, A.P. Moller – Maersk Group, and Non Executive Chairman of INTTRA.

He will be reporting directly to Claus Hyldager, Chief Executive Officer and will be a member of ISS’ executive management team.

The new position has been created to deliver a tightly focused commercial strategy for ISS and to continue to improve and develop the products and services offered to customers across its strategic business streams, including marine, cargo and supply chain solutions.

Said Nigel Pusey: “I am very pleased to be joining ISS in this new role. It’s a great opportunity to be involved in driving the company to achieve its goals and I look forward to contributing my extensive experience to benefit ISS, customers and employees.”
 

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