Maersk Line CCO to Leave

Press Release
Monday, February 11, 2013

Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Lucas Vos will leave his post as from 1, May 2013.

“Lucas Vos has been part of the top management team in Maersk Line for the past five years. He has been an integral part of turning the company around with the ambitious streamLINE programme and lately contributed to the plan of making Maersk Line the most profitable player in the industry”, says Maersk Line CEO Søren Skou and continues: “I would like to take the opportunity to thank Lucas for his efforts and the good collaboration. We are sad to see him go and wish him best of luck.”

There is yet no decision of succession, but the process has been initiated. Lucas Vos returns to The Netherlands – as it has been the plan all along – where he will take some time off to consider his next step.

 

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