Connor Named President & CEO of Wallenius Wilhelmsen

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Thursday, June 20, 2013
Chris Connor

After six years as President & CEO of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL), Mr Arild B. Iversen is moving into a new role as consultant to the parent companies and WWL. Christopher J. Connor, currently Deputy CEO & Chief Commercial Officer, will take over at the helm.

Mr. Connor starts as President & CEO on June 21 and will be located at the company’s headquarters in Lysaker, Norway.

With over 32 years of experience in the logistics industry, Mr. Connor has held a range of positions, including President of WWL Americas and CEO of WWL Vehicle Services Americas, based in Woodcliff Lake, USA; Chief Operating Officer Ocean Services and Global Head of Commercial, based in Oslo, Norway; as well as commercial and executive positions in Asia and Europe. Mr. Connor is a graduate of Villanova University.
 

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