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These are the new APM Terminals CEO's biggest challenges

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A slowdown in the global economy, prestige projects currently in the doldrums, and calls for cost reductions at the organization. Add to this the latest mega-purchase which APM Terminals is forced to scrutinize due to a bribery case. There is plenty of work ahead for APM Terminals' new CEO, Morten Engelstoft.


BY JOHANNES HARTKOPF-MIKKELSEN
Published 23.09.16 at 14:04

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